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Sure it's small. Sure it doesn't offer food (although you can bring food in and eat it in the cafe.) But my kid could have spent all day here, with the balls in Engineers on a Roll and the water table, placing (with my help)...More
We had a great time and will be back for sure. A lot of hands on things for the kids and kind friendly people who love to teach. Very clean facility and everything worked. The only thing that was really bad where huge groups of...More
This museum really lets kids explore science through play. I went with a group of camp kids and they had a great time doing hands-on activities to explore science. Kids could learn what it is like to rely on senses other that sight in the...More
We visited the Da Vinci Science on a Saturday in June. Stations and exhibits kept the children busy and learning for a solid 2 hours. It was not overcrowded or too busy. Our favorite areas were: Engineer on a roll( preschool spot), reptiles, and weather...More
If I were in the Allentown area with some small kids and the day was rainy, well, the Da Vinci Science Center would be a fine place to spend some time. From what we saw, the ball machine and the water trough were just the...More
On the main floor, the ball machine and the water tank are great draws for younger children and we observed many kids enjoying these activities. The special exhibit on frogs and amphibians was colorful and attractive with some hands-on activities.
The second floor has a...More
I was really excited to go to a science center hoping to learn some amazing things. This place really has nothing going for it. We spent about three hours there and all I wanted to do was leave. Don't waste your time.