This was fun for the kids. It was very busy around 11/1130 when we got there. They had an Easter egg hunt which was fun for the kids. There was not much hunting, eggs were everywhere. But it's for the kids. Lots of fun motion and energy and lights and color things for them to play with. I had the most fun myself putting the balls into the vacuum where they would then get spit out into a net in the ceiling. Some of the balls popped out so you could catch them if you could catch. The next ball I drop will be my first.
First time here and it was lovely my son loved everything especially the water Energy Lab. The staff were really nice. Staff member Anthony noticed my son was a little shy and made sure to make him feel at home. My son made a friend and did not want to leave. Thank you stepping stones and thank you Anthony for making my sons birthday a happy memory
4 stars for the museum itself. Unique, clean, educational, hands-on fun!
The cafes food was awful. The chicken tenders were anything but tender. Dry, chewy and flavorless. Sweet potato fries were soggy and cold.
Stepping Stones is a choice place to visit for my kiddos. The environment is educationally enriching, lively and fun. The new setup is a nice change and provides a new level of curiosity and imaginative play for littles. Adults as well learn a few things or retrieve some of their prior knowledge :-) I rated Stepping Stones as 5 stars because they have really upped their cleanliness game since their reopening. There is a cafe as well offering staples as well as healthy variety in their fare. One can always bring their own food to cut costs. Overall it is an enjoyable time and there is no limit to how long you stay which is a plus.