Strong - National Museum of Play

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Facility:Strong - National Museum of Play
Description:Recognized as one of the nation's top museums for families and children, Strong National Museum of Play® is home to the National Toy Hall of Fame® and the world's largest collection of toys, dolls, games and other items that celebrate play. It’s unlike anything you’ve experienced anywhere!
A D D R E S S
Address 1:One Manhattan Square
Address 2:
City:Rochester
State/Province:NY
Zip Code:14607
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Telephone:(585) 263-2700
Website:http://www.strongmuseum.org/
R E V I E W S
A. Quay, Co-op Member
The Strong Museum is a memorable museum for children. Our daughter still talks about it after visiting over 2 years ago. There were a LOT of corners to explore, learn and play. The toy collection is just one of many fun things to do. Children can ride the train, perform in the theatre and shop in the child-size supermarket. It is worth more than one visit.
Alex M., Co-op Member
The Strong Museum has enough to play with for 3 days worth of visits, a wide ranges of exhibits for children of all ages, including toddlers and up, and changes their exhibits very frequently.

Upstairs, their historical exhibits are truly impressive. Even my 4 year old was interested in taking a break from playing to see toys that spanned centuries.

Very worth the trip.

There is a large lunch room with fast food available and a small diner as well.

Very kid and family friendly, all around.
LauraJ, Co-op Member
This is a large museum, and great for a whole day outing. Lots to do, and a wonderful 3 story climbing play tunnel thing. It is hard to keep track of a toddler though, bring your stroller. The gift shop is extensive and not TOO overly priced. My children really enjoyed the interactive hands on experiences that are available in each section. There is a space for eating, and I believe they serve light fare at certain times, but that was not open when we went. You can get in for free if you are a member of a reciprocating museum. Check otu their website. There is a Starbucks across the street for any moms and dads who might need some caffeine.
Valerie M, Co-op Member
you could spend days in here and not do it all. great musuem for all ages!
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