North Platte Area Children's Museum reviews
The North Platte Children's Museum is fantastic place to take the children. They can stay busy for hours. If you are local, buy a family membership and when you want to run away from home go to the..... more »
The NP area children's museum has a lot of interactive events in which the children can partake. It was an afternoon well spent. more »
It was alright. Kids seemed to have fun. Not as much to play with as the Kearney child museum. Their air conditioning sucked. It was hot. They have signs up saying they have an elevator but it didn't work. I have a broken foot and my mom is in a wheel chair, the accessibility of the building sucked.
My twenty month old had so much fun! It only costs $4 per adult and under two is free. My son loved the slide in the transportation room and it was a good way to burn energy on a rainy day. As a parent, I got bored after about an hour and a half and I don't think this would be a great choice for kids older than kindergarten as most of the exibits are for younger kids.
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