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Crayola Experience

30 Centre Square

**Traffic Alert** The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission will be doing construction on the Route 22 bridge beginning June 17. We strongly urge all guests to travel to us via Route 78 when visiting. Crayola Experience is located 1.5 miles from Exit 75 off Route 78. 

Discover the magic of color at the world’s only Crayola Experience! More than 60,000 square feet of wonderful, whimsical adventures await your family at this one-of-a-kind attraction located in Easton, Pennsylvania, the birthplace of Crayola crayons, and a short distance from both New York City and Philadelphia.

The real-life extension of the iconic Crayola brand, the Crayola Experience was completely re-imagined in 2013. Now, bigger and bolder than ever before, the all new Crayola Experience features 18 new attractions that allow kids to explore art and technology, express their creativity, and experience color in a whole new way. 

In a single day, you and your child can do everything from building a custom marker to animating your creations on a huge digital projection. 

You will see how crayons are made in a live theatre show starring our animated crayon friends, Scarlet & Turk, and our resident Crayonologist - or you can personalize an authentic crayon label to create your own Crayola crayon.

Check out our attractions tab for a complete list of all our unique experiences. 

The Crayola Experience entertains hundreds of thousands of guests each year and is open year-round. Check the calendar for special events and hours. The Crayola Experience hosts private groups, corporate meetings, birthday parties, and special events, and offers group discounts and annual passes. Plan your trip today.


barbara tener

Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018
I would give this place ZERO stars if I could. This was the WORST experience I have had at any amusement place in my life! It was overcrowded and understaffed, and yet they kept letting people in-it was unbelievable. I am not even sure the woman who took my ticket knew how many people were even in the place-it was definitely not like other parks when they have a counter as you go in. The power was partially out, and the AC was not working-and of course we did not know this before we waited 45 minutes in line to get in. The gift store's line wrapped around the entire place at least 100 people deep, again totally understaffed. This is a summer weekend, and they should be more aware and prepared to accommodate! Each floor had way too many people so we could not do any of the attractions, and there was minimal staff-no one to give the kids paper to color, no one to redeem tickets for prizes, it was insane! With power outages no one was advising people to not use the elevators, so there was overcrowding in the elevator line as well as people forced to carry strollers down the stairs, it was extremely unsafe and there was no staff around at all to handle the situation. There is no way that was not a fire hazard, all exits were blocked! The best part was I waited 30 minutes to speak with the manager to get a refund and they never came out, after the cashier asked them three times! I will NEVER go back there, and I suggest you visit with extremely low expectations.

Javier Gonzalez

Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018
Great place to go with kids and enjoy! The tour itself is good and the store has a lot of different crayon colors and gift options.

Trish Hoffman

Sunday, March 19, 2017
Love this place Has changed so much since last time we visited Well worth the money

Beetle Bailey

Monday, Sep. 3, 2012
It was kind of cool. Not sure it was worth $12 a head, especially when all the adults did was stand around and watch the kids.

Carol Parker

Thursday, Dec. 29, 2016
So techy

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