AHA! A Hands-On Adventure A Children’s Museum In Lancaster OH is one of those places that you can go to as an adult and learn something new, but I wouldn’t recommend taking a road trip out of state solely for it. That said, if you live in the area and want to take your kid for a fun field trip or just want to check it out yourself, it’s worth checking out once.

As for the inside of AHA! A Hands-On Adventure A Children’s Museum In Lancaster OH, it’s pretty small. While there are a few exhibits that I’d consider to be standard children’s museum fare (walk through the forest made of green netting, funhouse mirrors, sea monster you can stick your head up into), there are also some creative ones that are worth noting. For example, one section is all about sound and has an entire wall made of tinfoil. As kids run their hands over the tinfoil wall, they’ll hear different sounds depending on where they touch it – kind of like an extremely low-fi version of those tiles at Epcot Center that spell out words when you stand on them in certain orders.

One of the best parts about AHA! A Hands-On Adventure A Children’s Museum In Lancaster OH is that several exhibits are set up so kids can crawl through them, including a life-size Noah’s ark with animal replicas to climb on and in. If your little one likes to copy their favorite cartoon characters (or if you just want to take some really cute pictures), there’s also an area where they can dress up like a firefighter, doctor, police officer, or fairy princess.