Want to feel like a kid again? Head over to the Crayola Experience in Easton, PA with the family to create your own crayons and memories. We just stopped by with a dumpster rental and were impressed with what we saw.

Here, children are free to play and explore their own creativity. Kids can see how their favorite crayola crayons are manufactured and even create some of their own. The Crayola Experience offers 21 attractions sure to capture the imagination of any child. Kids can even see their crayola creations come to life on the digital screen, melt down crayon wax to paint with or sample some Crayola-inspired foods in the cafe. One of the most popular activities is creating a personalized label for each unique crayon. Best of all, children are able to run through most or all of these attractions in just one visit, making for a truly fun-filled day.

The Crayola Experience, also known as the birthplace of Crayola crowns, is open year-round and the perfect place to host your child’s birthday party. We were glad to help out a site that makes so many children happy. For more information or to schedule your own outing, visit Crayola Experience.

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