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Hands-on House - Children's Museum Of Lancaster

721 Landis Valley Road


Hands-on House, Children's Museum of Lancaster is a not-for-profit educational center whose mission is to create and provide interactive learning opportunities for all children and their families through self-directed exhibits and programming that stimulate curiosity and invite the joy of discovery through play.


Christi Adamusko

Friday, July 13, 2018
Way too expensive for a morning with little ones, $28 (1 adult, 2 & 3 yr old). There's only enough to do/ explore in a morning anyway. We got there at opening and it didn't long to be way too crowded. Honestly, Id consider a season pass to make it worth it financially, but know my kids would get bored. 2 stars bc the kids had a good time.

Sarah Shute

Thursday, July 12, 2018
I really like this place. My young kids always have a good time here, but there is always at least one thing that isn't working. The membership is worth it if you go at least 3 times a year with your family.

Sean Foster

Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Super nice staff!! Took the time to show my kids how the fish glow by the front desk. The pirate lady was so nice. Kids loved it.

Misty Mcpherran

Monday, May 28, 2018
Tons of fun tasks for the kiddos! Took my 19 month old son we had fun but it's definitely geared towards kids a little older but he was free so that was nice. That said the outdoor area was closed he might have had more fun out there. Still cute, fun, safe and clean.

Rochelle High

Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Fun place for the littles! Not sure why anyone would give a negative review. The staff is friendly and helpful. Great with kids. My nieces age 3 and 6 love the Face paint area. There is also a farm area where you can pretend to milk a cow and feed the animals and pick fruit. A store with lots of pretend food. A whole dress up area with a stage and a mechanical room of sorts where kids can go through a factory process and assemble an item. They also have a themed story time with special toys that go along with the theme. And last but not least an outside fenced in play area with beautiful trees and play structures. Great place to role play with kids and get their imaginations going. It's geared towards children, so obviously the toys/props are gently loved, but no complaints!

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