Rob and I took the kids the The Crayola Experience in Easton, Pennsylvania. Both Hayley and Derek are very into arts and crafts and I thought this would be a good day trip during the midst of the summer heat. The ride from Philly was about an hour and a half and pretty direct. From the moment we walked into the Crayola Experience the kids were so excited and dancing!
We started off on the second floor where they actually have a Dry E Race Car! The kids thought this was just so cool!
Derek was so excited to be there he even posed with a crayon for me
We saw a presentation about how crayons are made. Hayley was a bit young so I took her out but Derek was so into it that he told me all about the presentation while we played with Crayola Modeling Magic. Modeling Magic is like play-doh but WAY better. It is so easy to shape, stretch and roll without coming apart. If we didn’t make the kids continue on to another exhibit, I think they would have stayed in this section for hours (this was a common theme throughout the whole visit!)
Derek and Rob went to the Crayola Meltdown where they colored a picture with all melted crayons and Hayley and I headed towards Chalk Walk. At the corner of Crayola Way and Chalk Way the kids had a blast coloring with chalk inside,”Yes, you can color on the floors!! Yes I know we are inside!”
Then we headed over to the “Be The Star” Photobooth. It was so cool and put our pictures into the coloring sheet. They sell a home version of this that Derek has called Lights, Camera, Color and it’s so much fun.
Here is a bad picture version of me, Hayley and Spiderman
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Disclosure: I was given free entry to the Crayola Experience so that I may do this review. However, all the opinions expressed in this post are my own