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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Crayola Experience Fun for everyone 6 to 61!!





Our family had the privilege to travel to Easton PA to check out the new crayola experience-Its the only place in the world were the magic of Crayola comes to life!!! Children are encouraged to think and draw outside the lines. This adventure will surly spark any artist imagination for hours!
WARNING: 
 THIS POST CONTAINS MANY MANY PHOTOS BECAUSE THERE WAS SO MUCH FUN AND WORDS COULDN'T EXPRESS!!  =]



The building has 4 floors full of fun!!! There are 20+ actives!  We started at the top and worked our way down.
4th Floor has the Drip Art, Crayon Clinic, and Meltdown.


3rd Floor Has and Activity Studio, Color Playground, Water Works and Doodle in the Dark



in the Activities Studio you can make puzzles and other theme projects. There also is PuffyPaint projects for and additional fee.


2nd Floor has Art Alive [sadly wasn't working for our visit] Crayon Factory were you can see how  crayons are made with a resident Crayonologist. The Workshop with sand art, airbrush and fabric art. The toddle town play area, the Colossal Crayon Caddy, Wrap it Up! where you can name your own crayon, Marker Mania ,Modeling Madness, also Be A Star! and  Say Crayola! Using a green screen making a unique photo( additional fees)

There are a Three Birthday rooms...if we lived closer I know we'd be utilizing this. Crayola Experience welcomes teachers and their classrooms! For more than 15 years, they've
helped educators plan memorable field trips. There were three summer camps visiting the same day we did--A LOT OF CHILDREN!! Be prepared to wait to do some of the actives, there are multiple stations so the lines move swiftly.

1st floor houses the Crayola Store and Cafe Crayola  






Our trip was a busy and very memorable one...I'm sure it we will be back to visit again!! If you live near Easton PA or are planning a visit there anytime soon...I HIGHLY SUGGEST PUTTING  CRAYOLA EXPERIENCE on your itinerary.

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31 comments:

  1. It sure looks like fun. Crayola is just fun, there is no doubt about it.

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  2. Looks like a very great place! The giant piano seems like a lot of fun!

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  3. This looks like a lot of fun, the next time I find my self in the area I am going to have to take the kids to have some color fun.

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  4. Looks like you all had a great time! Thanks for posting.

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  5. Oh my gosh, this looks like such a neat place to visit! I drew constantly as a child so I would have LOVED this. Heck, I'd still love it, LOL!

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    1. I think my parents and I had just as much fun as the kids =)

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  6. Looks like so much fun. I love the pictures. I think it would be well worth the wait and the crowds!! (And so many activities!!!)

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    1. the waiting is not so long, YES you really have to NOT mind the crowd of kids =}

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  7. Oh My GOSH! I had no idea this place even existed. I am sure living in CA contributed to that face. I wish I could take my kids there it looks like so much fun!

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    1. Yep it would be A TRIP for you all the way from CA...maybe the'll open one there =)

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  8. Wow! That looks awesome! Might be worth a trip to PA

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    1. It's about 5 1/2 hours away for us we made a two day trip out of it and stopped at a historic home along the way---we stayed outside of Easton in Scranton. You're easily going to spend 3+ hours there.

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  9. Looks like you guys had a fabulous time!! I'm glad you got to go! =)

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    1. It was amazing!! My kids already want to go back--and they don't even care about the 5 hour drive!!

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  10. Oh my goodness I had no idea that there was such a place. It looks like SO much fun. If I'm ever in PA I will definitely take my family to check this out. Thanks for the heads up.

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  11. Oh how AWESOME!!! I wish we lived closer to this magical place :) Thanks for sharing for those of us who can't visit ourselves.

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    1. I've got even more photos sort of went nutz!! But there was just so much great stuff. I had two videos also but I delete them by mistake!!!! =O

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  12. That looks like so much fun. My 6 year old loves arts and crafts and we are a bit of a Crayola snob!! We will def. have to look into a trip here. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. I would HIGHLY recommend it for any lil artist!!!

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  13. Looks like it would be a lot of fun to visit. Would love the chance to go someday.

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    1. What's super about it is it's so close to Pilly and NJ if families are vacation there it would be a great addition. We only planed a 2 day car trip so our site seeing time was limited.

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  14. What if you are 62? Oh well, I still have quite a few years to enjoy Crayola!! Hehehe

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    1. 62 to bad for you...LOL really I think if your 102 and can still hold a marker or crayon you would still have a blast there =D

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  15. wow, that is one fun place to be! I wish it's near us, would love to take my kids there again and again.

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  16. Looks like so much fun! Who knew??

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  17. This looks like a great place to play at for a day. I love a fresh box of new Crayola Crayons. ;)

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