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Children’s Museum of Phoenix

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215 N 7th St, Phoenix, AZ 85034-1012
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AMC8380 wrote a review Oct 2020
Mandan, North Dakota247 contributions120 helpful votes
This place is fantastic. Our 2 and 4 yr old both loved it and my husband and I enjoyed spending time here with them. We spent the entire day with just a break to walk over to Chase Field and have lunch at Front Row Fridays (a fun location bonus).
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Date of experience: February 2020
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John K wrote a review Mar 2020
Regina, Canada35 contributions14 helpful votes
We took our two toddlers here during our visit to Phoenix. We all had a great time. There’s a 3 story play structure when you first walk in that kids and adults alike love to explore. It’s like a McDonald’s playland x 1 million! Lots of offshoots and various routes for all to explore. All very safe of course. We then moved onto the various stations they have set up over 3 floors. This included a great arts and crafts area stocked with dozens of different items to help your little one create their masterpiece. Even the mirrors in the main floor bathrooms were cool! You’ll have to take a look as it’s hard to explain!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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samoppenheim wrote a review Mar 2020
New York City, New York146 contributions52 helpful votes
Love this place. we visit once or twice a year when visiting relatives in AZ and the kids look forward to it each time -formative memories here. love it
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Bri_Christine wrote a review Feb 2020
Glendale, Arizona16 contributions18 helpful votes
The museum has 3 floors (levels) of things for the grandkids to play with. This is an interactive experience for the kids. The play structure will require you to crawl in some places while climbing. The noodle forest is also a favorite along with the pretend grocery store. Kids can paint here and do arts and crafts. I usually just let them play.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Braggadocio wrote a review Feb 2020
Minneapolis, Minnesota31 contributions30 helpful votes
I take the grandkids (ages 3 and 5) here nearly every time we visit in Phoenix and they never seem to tire of it. (We purchased the annual family pass.) There's usually something new in the mix, but they never seem to tire of the permanent features either (like the gigantic climbing structure, the pretend grocery store). There's a snack bar where a limited selection of foods is offered -- or bring your own snacks and sit out on the steps. There's an art room that rotates different D-I-Y projects for little ones and their adults to do together. (Aprons are provided, but wear clothes that they can paint in!) There are often special offerings which may or may not require additional registration (art or food making projects) and some special events like SNOW DAYS when snow is trucked in and dumped in the fenced yard. There's a gift shop, of course, with kid-friendly options -- you may want to hustle the kids past that. A separate room for "under 4 yrs of age" -- can be a good place to let the littler ones cool down and do some quiet play.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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