reviews from Yelp. Read them for a better idea of what this place is all about.
There are hidden slides, large slides, curvy slides, drop slides and the ultimate 10 story slide. (Really!)
There are visual nods to antiquity, nature, and history.
Here is a story about some of the museum highlights, including the worlds largest "tightie whities."
Since it was winter, the roof with the real school bus hanging over the edge wasn't open, and since it was wet and "cold" out (in the high 30's is cold in St. Louis-it was -9 at home!) the outside tree house was also closed. Still, we had fun and were worn out and not nearly done seeing everything inside after several hours of being there.
Finally, this is a description from Trip Advisor that covers it pretty well:
Owner description: Don’t take the name so literally. We're about fun. Not your white walls, walk around, and be quiet museum. If you want to climb around, get active with your kids or are a big kid at heart, we're the place. If you get freaked out easily, you might not want to come. We’re four floors filled with miles of tunnels, a full cave system, over 30 slides, a circus, an arts area, a large outdoor climbing space, Architectural Museum, a Cabin that serves adult beverages, a Museum of Mayhem, Mirth and Mystery, and a ton more. Also, there’s the roof with a Ferris Wheel and a bus hanging off its edge.