A brand-new, colorful experience is open again for kids of all ages.
The bright revamped Crayola Experience opened its doors this morning at 30 Centre Square in Easton, Pa.
The crayon company’s new museum features four floors of interactive experiences and attractions geared towards kids including creating your own crayon, making a multi-color marker from scratch and a color playground, according to the company.
The crayon-maker’s colorful haven, which replaces the former factory tour, is up and running just in time to celebrate the company’s 110th anniversary of releasing its original 8-color crayon pack.
The attraction is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily through Labor Day. Tickets cost $15.99 for children over 2 and adults. Babies and toddlers are free and seniors get a $2 discount.
While constructing the tourist attraction, crews unearthed artifacts including a 225-year-old copper nickel coin and animal bones.