We let our kids choose between birthday parties or outings on their special day. This year Dogger chose to go to The Crayola Experience.
The admission was a little pricey, but the kids had a blast. Everything was very hands on--painting, coloring, creating with clay. There was so much to do that we didn't even make it all the way through before the kids got tired.
We went over a school break, so it was very, very busy. Luckily, we had both sets of grandparents with us, so with two adults per kid it was pretty easy to keep track of them.
I would say the only disappointment was that everyone calls it the "Crayola Factory", because it's where the factory used to be. But, unfortunately, you don't get to actually see the crayons being made. I was really hoping to live my favorite Mr. Roger's segment.