Nickname for brains, get your marbles rolling at the Marbles Kids Museum. Launched in 2007, the museum nurtures a ... More
Marble Kids Museum
Nickname for brains, get your marbles rolling at the Marbles Kids Museum. Launched in 2007, the museum nurtures a revolutionary concept that aims to inspire kids with the power of play. Innovation is the driving force behind its philosophy and is of significant importance to a child's overall development. Explore the true potential of playtime with an array of interactive exhibits that promise a fun and memorable time with the family. IdeaWorks lets kids use their imagination to build structures and models, while Art Loft gives way to thoughtful creativity. Head to Moneypalooza to imbibe some healthy spending habits, or get your game face on with some sporting action at Power2Play. Don't miss the IMAX experience at the state-of-the-art cinema on floor.
We tried to find something positive but even my 8 yr old was bored and we left after about 15 minutes.This place is geared toward very little kids and maybe not past 5 yrs old.What i did see was a lot of empty rooms and things that needed to be updated for the amount they charge for admission.
The other reviews were not of Marbles but of a museum it replaced. My grandchildren love Marbles! They have been there over 6 times and cannot wait until the next visit. It was tons of fun! Marbles exposes children to diverse opportunities for creative play: from a Pirate Ship to an elaborate play village. Your child can dress up, sing Karaoke, perform on a stage, and build with a variety of fun materials. The staff is helpful and friendly and the premises are very clean. Not only is this a creative adventure but also a bargain at $5.00. We will be playing there again soon!
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