I really liked the feeling in the museum- small, quaint, flooded with light. Meant for those 12 and under, it was obvious this place has been loved by many. By obvious, I mean kinda gross. It's time to give all 3 floors a good scrub, replace the broken bits and re-stock the supplies. (and hire someone to bleach the boy's bathroom- Mike almost died whilst taking Seth to the loo).
I thought the "A Child Long Ago" rooms were cute. Ezra has read through the entire "Little House" series this month and was disappointed it wasn't a little more interactive- he wanted little slates at the desks and a whip to use as a guarantee against unruly students
Olive liked playing teacher. I was the student. Look how many x's I got before my check mark (represents my incorrect answers- the question was "what is this drawing of?")
Moral of the story? It was okay. It's worth doing if you have really young children and it's a rainy day.
A few coins spent to update and clean and this little museum could become a favourite.