So Claire and I walked in the front door around 10:45am. I did not know exactly what to expect in terms of layout. The best part about walking in the front door is that no one is there to take money, because it’s FREE! To my immediate left was the kids library section. Then beyond that was sort of an atrium of fun. There were musical instruments, big blocks, a fun little stage to dance on and put on dress up clothes. Claire ran around like a nut for about 30 minutes looking at and touching everything. They also had some computer games and stations but Claire was a bit young for those.
I did not even scratch the surface on all the things you can do at ImaginOn. Here are a few more:
As we have mentioned before they have shows all the time. Most are for kids 3 and up which is why I have never been. Here is a link to their production schedule. Most tickets cost $12 to $21 and the synopsis on each show tells you the appropriate ages.
Summer camp registration begins in February, here is the link but new info is not up yet. They have many at ImaginOn but also have satellite locations. The wesbite shows how many spots are left, but again it will not be be open til February.