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I visited the Rodadora Museum with my (now) wife, her family, and my mother. It is technically a children's museum, but anyone at any age can find something cool to do and see here. The guides were super helpful and explained everything in a way...More
My husband and I decided to check this place out after reading so many wonderful reviews. We lived in El Paso at the time and had been to Juarez many times, but usually just to go to the markets, for festivals and to eat and...More
Me and my family wanted to do something different that we can all enjoy (keep in mind we are all different ages ) so we decided to go here you do have to pay to go in but it is not that expensive. It is...More
This is a must go for everyone ! This is the closest thing to the Smithsonian and in some ways is better! A lot of interactive things for children and adults. Tours in English and Spanish. Over great place for the family.
If your child like to explore and know about how things work and where they come from, you should take him visit this museum, it's very interesting for them at the same time it is highly educational and fun for them
This is a great interactive museum for children and teens. The exhibits are science oriented for the most part. The place is still sort of small and there isn't a whole lot to look at and do. They try to cater to all kids from...More
This place covered a variety of topics all in a fun, interactive style. Little kids, teenagers, and adults can all enjoy the activities. I would stay this museum is on-par with the Dallas science museum.