I don't even want to call this place as a museum, it breaks every rule normal museums have. Forgot quietly standing around looking at things, the City Museum is nonstop running around, jumping, crawling, sliding, and climbing. It's pure insanity and provides hours of entertainment for young and old alike. Just be prepared to play rough, I don't see how its possible to leave this place without a few bumps and bruises. How this is still allowed in America I'll never know, but thank god it is!
The City Museum is honestly one of the most amazing places I have ever been.
Even from the moment you pull up it is impressive, the outdoor section looks great and is just a teaser of what is inside. There are tons of slides, passageways, and stuff to climb on everywhere you look. Also, two words "cave slides".
You might want to bring some form of knee pads if you are going to be doing anything crawling wise... wich you most likely will.
The City Museum is the largest collection of random junk you will ever find. The best part is that there are virtually no rules- you choose what to climb, how to interact, and what you want to do all on your own. From the coils to be climbed instead of stairs, multi-level slides, and so-long-you-can't-help-but-giggle 10 story slide, this place makes everyone a kid again. The roof is home to a ferris wheel, more slides, and is a nice place to look out over the city- well worth the upcharge (which also limits crowds). Outside area is just as cool as inside. Samwiches on the mezzanine is absolutely delicious, especially the fresh baked molten chocolate chip cookies. You need to visit this place, and hurry before the lawyers see it!
It is simply the craziest collection of stuff you will ever see in a museum. While it is called a museum, it is really more of a playground for people of all ages. Just be very careful as you can get really hurt if you are not paying attention. Also it is recommened that you were long pants as well as real shoes for this place.
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