by Mr. Bang
Crayola Experience is the best place ever!
You could make art with melted wax from machines that melt crayons and then drip it down on a circle of paper. You put two crayons into the machine. The paper’s going around in circles. You control how fast the paper goes with a lever. When the crayon’s out, a light comes on.
The playset is an awesome area that has a slide, a green and yellow tunnel, a bridge between two parts, and the tunnel also goes between the two parts. I spent 45 minutes there total, and I went there three different times.
I labeled my own crayon. It was really neat! You get to give the machine a token, and then design your own wrapper. You get to put the label on the crayon. These are the colors you can choose from:
When you come in, they give you two tokens per person. There are two other things you can do with your tokens. You can get a marker or clay. I got a pack of green clay. I played with my clay. There were tables with tools; there was a plastic pizza cutter, and a design maker with two different designs – a design on each end.
I also made a coloring page with myself in it. I got to choose a background. I pressed a red button and it took my picture. Then it printed it out.
I think Crayola Experience would be good for ages two through fourteen.