Lincoln and Eve loved the glass wall that the kids were encouraged to color on.
The kids were able to play with some modeling clay. The clay was really cool. You could color on it with markers and the clay had a marshmallow type texture. After you made your creation it air dried in a day or less.
With your admission to the Crayola Factory you could also visit the Canal Museum which was on the upper two floors. The kids loved this! At the end of the day they said this was their favorite part of the day which surprised me! There was a long river where each child was given a boat to run through a series of locks.
They had a fake mule which you could put on the bridle and other gear.
They had a ton of hands on play areas for the kids which they loved.
I think that one of the reasons they loved the Canal Museum so much was also that it wasn't so busy. The Crayola Factory was really overrun with people. The kids had almost free reign of the Canal Museum.
The next day was spent in Harrisburg. While Ryan visited the program there the kids and I checked out Chocolate World in Hershey. The kids eyes were huge. They loved this. I forgot to take pictures here!
Ryan only took a couple of hours at this program and then we made the trip back home. It was a fun little trip!