Friday, October 26, 2012

Myseum, Town and Country

Location:  283 Lamp and Lantern Village, Town and Country, MO 63017


Mon-Thu 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Fri - Sat 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Sun 11:00 AM to 5:30 PM

At the end of September 2012, St. Louis' newest children's museum opened in west county. Katie H. tells us about it.

Myseum is a fun place to take your children of all ages for a fun day out. It's park Science Center and part Magic House. It has some of the same exhibits they do. If your child is able to walk, then there are things for them to do. Myseum is filled with a large bounce house, a blown up maze, a slide that will tell your child how fast they went, lots of science experiments and much more.

They have a room full of different stuffed animals with veterinary equipment so children can take care of them as well as a music room with instruments made out of everyday objects.

They have a separate toddler area which is filled with a bounce house, chalk, building set, train tables, magnatiles, and more.

One of our favorite exhibits is the swamp room where they have pool noodles hung and you can run through them.

What is really nice about Myseum is when you pay you can stay all day. This includes being able to leave for lunch and come back in. A downfall to Myseum is you are not allowed to bring food in and it can be a little expensive to get in. Children one year and under are free. But they do sell lots of snacks and you can order food in.

If you are taking more than one child and need a stroller there is a lot of open space to maneuver around. Remember to have socks for your children because there are no shoes allowed in some exhibits.

Overall I would recommend this place to anyone looking for a fun place to let your children burn off some energy.

Thank you Katie H for this review!

Pipe wall where kids can experiment with balls and pipes 

 Toddler Town

Vet room

                                                        Kids love playing in these cages!

Tall slide where they can clock their speed

Dino Dig

This is the new room they opened in 2017 with these blue building blocks

Magnetic sand is so fun!

In the back you can see the interactive screen. It's so cool cause they have different "games" you can do. One is where blobs fall down and you can split them in half with your hand or a pool noodle. Another one has all these tiny balls falling and you can put a pool noodle up on the screen and the balls will interact with the noodle and pile up and then fall off or change direction depending on how you manipulate it. They also have wind tunnels and kids can put scarves in there and watch them fly up and spin around.

 These huge Legos are always a hit with my kids. They build houses and play in them.

 Big UFO inflatable maze

 They have a great gift shop and sell lots of snacks

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