The museum is huge, with 3 floors full of cool stuff. One of the favorite exhibits was the submarine. It is the only German submarine here in the states, and it was massive! We didn't go inside though, as that cost extra, and we had already bought tickets to a different exhibit.
I loved how hands on the museum is. There were many different activities that got the girls trying out different science experiments!
|Her hair is gone with the wind...|
For me, the best part was Colleen Moore's Fairy Castle. I am a sucker for all things fairytale, so getting to see this castle was amazing! Seriously, it's my dream dollhouse :)
The room was dark, so my pics suck, but you get an idea of it's grandeur!
|The Prince's Bedroom|
|Cinderella on the back wall.|
|The bathroom. See the running water in the tub?|
If you stop in, make sure you don't pass this exhibit up! It really is breathtaking!
We did pay to see The Last Reef in the Omni Theater. Honestly, I wouldn't recommend that one. We paid about $35 for the 4 of us to see it. It seemed like a crummy movie we would have watched in our 7th grade science class. I was bored out of my mind, Jason kept closing his eyes, and Allison was getting fidgity. However, Mariah did enjoy it. But then again, she has always wanted to be a marine biologist, so she would hehehe.
Overall, I am so happy with our visit! Thanks again to Rosey and The Museum of Science & Industry for a wonderful time!
The Museum of Science and Industry is located in Chicago, IL. You can find them at 5700 S. Lake Shore Drive.
Have you been to The Museum of Science & Industry? If not, what is your favorite museum?