They had a pretty cool ball contraption on the entrance wall.
There was a castle wall section with space on top for Peek-a-boo fun and small alcoves for history lessons underneath. Can you find Michael?
We had to pause for some photo-ops, of course!
The last section was a playroom, with a cushioned area for kids under 110 cm and fun climbing area for kids OVER 110 cm.
Michael is only 105 cm...so I got some very grumpy looks from the attendants when I let him play anyway. He was a pro, though, as he's done more complicated ones at other museums!
Remember how I said this was attached to the War Memorial and Museum? Well, that also meant there were some very specific depictions in the kid's museum about the Japanese occupation. I made the mistake of pushing the button for one of the large video screens and had to hustle Michael out of there, away from the scary movie.
It was a nice visit, though I don't think we'll head back anytime soon - it's meant for older (and taller) kids, and we can definitely find some fun elsewhere!