This place is amazing! I will begin by saying that because I don’t think I will be able to tell you with words how much fun we had at the Treehouse Museum. My boys are still asking to go back and it has been over a month.
The museum is divided into little areas that the children can learn about (Old West, Indians, China, England, Africa, etc.). My boys ran from place to place. They also had knights and an Oval Office replica. One of their favorites was the music room. They could play lots of different instruments. There is a craft area, an area with train tables, a fire engine, and much more.
Each area has dress up costumes and a bookshelf with books about this topic. You could easily spend all day in the Treehouse Museum. They allow you to leave and come back because there is a no food policy. While we were there, they also invited everyone to come to a story time and then make a craft related to the story. I loved how the whole museum was focused on reading.
They even have little potties and sinks, which proved useful because we have a child who is beginning potty training.
In the middle of the museum is a large treehouse–probably where it got its name. This is how you get upstairs. There are a few different ways to climb and of course, we had to try them all. And I forgot to take a picture of the treehouse while we were there because I was having so much fun exploring with my kids!
For more information about the Treehouse Museum, you can go to their website. There are a few different days with discounts. Mondays from October-May, they have a special discount: On Track to Reading from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (not on holidays or school breaks). Reduced Admission for children ages 1-5 only ($4), and their adults age 18+ ($2). Also on Fridays from 6-8 pm, children ages 12 and under are $4 and adults are $2.