Here's a breakdown of everything the museum has:
- A miniature world, where everything is designed kid-size, including a grocery store with food and shopping carts, a restaurant with a counter, register, table, and chairs, a sushi kitchen, a mini market, a bus, a boat, a subway, and a little Japanese house with a kitchen, a bedroom, and a sitting area.
- An arts and crafts room, for painting, coloring, getting messy, and making crafts projects.
- A large room with a play kitchen, a dining table, a dollhouse, and an area for the daily story time.
- A very cozy library room, with many books to read to your kids.
- A large toddler area for ages 0 to 3.
The Body Exhibit was great, but needs guidance from the parents so the kids can understand the concepts being taught. There are many demonstrations about how our bodies work, including a very memorable but somewhat gross demonstration about how we digest food.