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August 24, 2016 - by S.E.C.R.E.T. Press Secretary
Hear what agents are saying!
Want to know what people are saying about S.E.C.R.E.T.? Hear it first from the agents who’ve completed a mission!…
Toya Levi – Trip Advisor
I can’t brag enough about how awesome this Children’s Museum is! The newest S.E.C.R.E.T. installment is going to get your kids really going. The S.E.C.R.E.T. spy missions gets the imagination going and is an interactive game that makes you feel like you are a real spy in the movies. The whole encounter really helps set the mood the moment you enter the Top S.E.C.R.E.T. area. They have a Top S.E.C.R.E.T. location for your kids to enter into so they can be transformed into a spy and make their S.E.C.R.E.T. agent code name! The lobby is full of all of the SPY X products that you can purchase, which was awesome for me because I had to order a lot of the same products online last year for my daughter. This whole experience had my family excited to do our next mission… This activity allowed my third grader a chance to problem solve, read, comprehend, continue to learn new things and most of all have FUN.
Dee Dee Barry – Facebook
It is expensive, and in my opinion, worth it. My kids (ages 7 and 9) completed all six-missions over the course of three days and I’ll share our experience. It cost about $100 ($20 initial, $10 each mission thereafter and $5 for each completion pin). We are members, so I didn’t incur that cost each day. The initial cost is for the wristband that assigns a code to each family. This wristband allows the agents to access the mission stations all over the museum and tracks your progress through each mission. Several children can be agents under one purchase. The first mission took about two hours as we figured out how to follow directions, focus on a task, pay attention to detail and work as a team. My kids were forced to follow directions, focus on a task, pay attention to detail, use math and deduction, decipher codes and patterns, convert normal items into spy gear, worked as a team and were rewarded at the end by the computer. They’re still talking about it and are using the gear to create missions at home.
Joshua – S.E.C.R.E.T. Agent
“I liked how the missions take you all over the museum!”
Ariana – S.E.C.R.E.T. Agent
“It makes me feel like I’m part of something very important!”
Lela – S.E.C.R.E.T. Agent
“I like S.E.C.R.E.T. because I can finally be a secret agent and do missions!”
Emily S. – Yelp
“We took our daughter here (7 years old) over spring break and had a blast! Her favorite thing was the SECRET Spy Mission, but everything was enjoyable and you could literally spend an ENTIRE day there, from open to close!”
Brandi Smith- Facebook
“The S.E.C.R.E.T. mission was super fun. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes if you do this. You are constantly walking up and downstairs repeatedly.”
Javonne Smith- Facebook
“My 11 yr old and 3 yr old both enjoyed themselves. My oldest became a secret agent and hasn’t stopped talking about that experience.”
Tony Andrews- Facebook
Kids had a great time – ingenious different activities for the kids to being you back like Kidtropolis and S.E.C.R.E.T. Kid spy missions.
Janet Wolf-Facebook“This museum has so many great, enriching activities, and the new secret agent activity is awesome! It costs extra, but is very worth it- the puzzles are very fun and challenging, and we’ve gone back several times to do new missions! Thanks for creating such a great activity!”
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