Children's Museum of La Crosse, La Crosse

4.6
#8 of 19 in Childrens Museums in Wisconsin
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  • So much to do and see great for kids under 7 years of age, after that age it is a little boring. Love the Kwik trip upstairs. 
    So much to do and see great for kids under 7 years of age, after that age it is a little boring. Love the Kwik trip upstairs.  more »
  • Kids loved it so much, we bought a membership! I had an 11 yr old, 6 year old enjoy 2 full hours. The water table, the KwikTrip shop, and the shadow room they loved best. There are so many cool... 
    Kids loved it so much, we bought a membership! I had an 11 yr old, 6 year old enjoy 2 full hours. The water table, the KwikTrip shop, and the shadow room they loved best. There are so many cool...  more »
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  • We had a lot of fun with our 2 kids aged 18 months and 8 years. There were activities for toddlers, little kids, and big kids. 3 floors of fun for $8 was well worth the price. There were interactive STEM and pretend play activities including controlling water flow in a model River, a dinosaur maze where you could dress up, a bank, a Kwik Trip gas station and convenience store, and a whole lot more. We spent 2 hours here easy and could have stayed another 2 as we didn’t get to everything before they closed.
  • We had so much fun here. The kids loved the Kwik Trip upstairs, climbing all the way from the basement up to the third floor in the climbing structure, and using the big crane. Everything was fun and each kid had different things they didn't want to quit playing with. I loved that there was learning incorporated into everything. There were 3 floors, elevators and stairs, restrooms on every floor right in the middle where you can get to them quickly and easily. They even had a sign saying you can get a change of clothes at the front desk if someone had an accident. Definitely one of the most family friendly buildings I've been to. I wasn't looking at it from an accessibility viewpoint, but as I'm reflecting back on it, it seems like it would be very wheelchair accessible too.

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