We went to Crayola Experience yesterday and all four of my kids had a blast! We actually went last summer, but my twins were only 1 then and really couldn't do a ton. They loved the play area, but trying to contain them was difficult with their newly acquired skill of running. This year there was much more for them to do. My twins ran in excitedly yelling "color, color!" They grabbed the first marker coloring area they could find.
Here is a map of the main area for activities.
I think for the older two the Adventure Lab was one of their favorites. It is new and not listed on the map. It's where the paint palette is listed. You get a tablet and it leads you to three different areas inside to complete a puzzle or mission. They must have completed 3-5 missions each.
Everything inside is included except for the personalized crayons and the model magic. You get 2 tokens with each ticket to spend on the model magic or creating your own crayon label. We even got two coins for the twins who were free because they are under 3. They loved the model magic.
We happened to be there during the Clearwater Marine Aquarium presentation/event. My daughter and son stopped to learn about Otters. They were both given a plush Sea Turtle which was a nice surprise.
I think Crayola Experience is great for kids of all ages. My kids ages 2-10 were quite happy to spend most of the day there. There was plenty to keep them busy. Plus it's a much slower go at your own pace than nearby theme parks. I will say that it is most cost efficient to get a year pass if you live nearby. It's only a few dollars more than the ticket cost.
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Ps. My 10yr old took several of the pictures included in this post.