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We had a short trip to Charlotte, so this library was a great stop for the kids to unwind and have a little downtime. My son worked on puzzles and both of my kids enjoyed the exhibit they had in place. It’s free too! It’s...More
Awesome place to take kiddos! That staff is wonderful and helpful and parking and admission is free (parking free with validation). I went with my son (18 months) for story time, and we also attended a puppet program, as well as visited the current storyland...More
08/10/18. There is not much more to say about this venue... it speaks for itself. If you have children this is a “must go” to place in Downtown Charlotte, NC.
Must be on of the best children’s libraries in the country. The venue is very...More
The ImaginOn is sooo much more than a library. It is a cozy, warm, inviting, space where children can tap into their imagination. There is a children's theater. Often there are interactive displays that capture the young minds of children. It is a children's library...More
Your imagination will run wild at this place. I love the ideas and creators of this place. There is so much culture inside and even adults imaginations run wild. This is such a good free family fun place to be. Your kids will being educated...More
When I walked into the ImanginOn of Charlotte, I thought this is the library of my dreams. At the reception desk, the lady let me know this was for children and they didn't have any adult materials. Lol. I guess I should clarify this is...More
This place never disappoints. For those with children this is a GREAT place to visit. They also have acting classes that you can register your child to attend. There are plenty of activities for a young child to enjoy even if the books aren't enough.
My daughters are now 20 and 17 but started going to ImaginOn when they were 5 and 3. It helped them immensely with public speaking and reading comprehensive. I highly recommend the camps and plays. Very animated and some topics touch what's going on in...More
I stop by here with a friend and her kids age 5 and 7. The place had great lighting and everyone seemed really happy. Kids could be kids here and the flow of the place was so exciting. If you are in the area you...More
Yes to the 6 and 9 year old kids. The 12 and 16 year olds will probably find it immature. It seems to be most suited to kids under 10. There is a childten's theater there that perhaps all would enjoy if you can catch a... More
Yes to the 6 and 9 year old kids. The 12 and 16 year olds will probably find it immature. It seems to be most suited to kids under 10. There is a childten's theater there that perhaps all would enjoy if you can catch a performance there.