Children's Museum of Phoenix

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O V E R V I E W
Facility:Children's Museum of Phoenix
Description:Acting on the principle that learning is a joy, the Children s Museum of Phoenix s mission is to engage the minds, muscles and imaginations of children and the grown-ups who care about them. With hands-on, interactive exhibits designed for children ages birth to 10, the Museum focuses on learning through play, with emphasis on early childhood education and school-readiness
A D D R E S S
Address 1:215 N. 7th Street
Address 2:Monroe School at 7th Street and Van Buren
City:Phoenix
State/Province:AZ
Zip Code:85034
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:T-F 9-4
Admission:9
Telephone:(602) 253-0501
Website:http://www.childrensmuseumofphoenix.org/
R E V I E W S
Lisa M, Co-op Member
What a blast!! This is such a fun museum. It is all hands on! My kids have begged to go back! They have a fun art room. When we went there was a large castle for the kids to paint however they wanted. There are cars to race, and a noodle forest to find your way through. Great fun. They have a small eating facility or they let us bring our lunches. And they are building more great stuff now.
Linda N, Co-op Member
Our kids ages 13, 11 and 5 love to go the Children's Museum. Their favorite activities are the noodle forest, the race tracks and the art studio. They can hardly wait to go back and try out the new HUGE play set that was recently built. There are areas to read, a play store, kitchen and restaurant, a toddler area, a music room. This is a great place to go and have some fun.
Katrina, Co-op Member
Best Children's place I've ever been to. This museum is multiple stories with so many rooms I couldn't count. It could take the better part of a day to see and do everything with your kids. We took our 2 and 3 year olds and despite their age, they were still able to participate in so many things that we didn't feel like they missed out at all. Painting and play dough in the art room, legos, riding bikes, playing in a "room" of hanging foam noodles (that's the best description I could come up with for that), lots of climbing. There's even a room designed for kids under 2. You will not be disappointed taking your kids here.
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