Children's Museum of Phoenix, Phoenix, Arizona

215 N 7th St, Phoenix, Arizona

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Submitted by: Eilise F.

AWESOME! I so with Flagstaff had something like this. Fun for the whole family. From the climbing s...

Submitted by: Angela N.

This place is a nice little change-up from the usual mall/Target/splash pad destinations that summer requires.  We have an 18 month old son that loves the noodle forest and the tricycle area.  The place has so much going on it is easy to focus on different things even if we...

Submitted by: Logie Z.

Top of the list to take the children  to keep cool for the summer! The kids were super excited when I told them we're going to Children's Phoenix Museum.  Lots of interactive plays, kinesthetic learning and visual sensory overload!  But, I'm fine now.   Oh, the kids...yeah, they had a grand time.  I kinda lost them in the play structure when I got stuck in one of the crawl spaces.  FYI, if you have rickety back and/or knees,  turn back!   There's a cafe on the second floor if you get hungry.  You can find chips, cookies, drinks and even sandwiches and salads.  I love that they offer healthy food choices.  There were plenty of lockers to store your stuff and valuables on the first floor for $.50 cents. You ca...

Submitted by: Kenuway S.

This was our first time coming to PCM and it was a whole bunch of crazy. Kids running around everywhere, where are your parents l...

Submitted by: Jordan G.

I'll say this: if you have the wherewithal, children, and you live in the Vall...

Submitted by: Sandy C.

This place was perfect for a boring Sunday afternoon. Kiddo loved the three levels of absolute fun learning havoc.. it was only $11 for 1 year old and over, and same price per adult as well. SO worth it! Much better than just taking them to a play area in the mall since there is so much to do. We visited almost every exhibit/area. Our most memorable part of the visit was the Noodle Forest, Painting the Tree, Racing the Pipe Tube Cars, the Life-size Super Market and Kitchen, I could go on and on... Cafe was decently priced, did not get over-gauged in the wallet as much as I thought I would be. Please note: You must have a 'Fend-For-Yourself-And-Your-Child' Attitude here on busy days (as for many crowded kid-f...

Submitted by: Tracy N.

We came to Arizona to visit family, but after seeing some really good reviews we decided to check this place out with my two year old. The place is fantastic. There's a really gorgeous tree-like structure that spans the height of 3 floors--definitely my favorite part of our visit here. It has all kinds of things hanging off of it that make it really special--like this great big flying tub with wings, or a funky colored boat with "legs" hanging down from it. The thing is absolutely wonderful and fun for kids of all ages. There is an area of the museum designed for children under three thats really great. It's quieter than much of the rest of the museum and has all kinds of neat surprises and its safe from the...

Submitted by: Kelly H.

This museum is absolutely wonderful! I have two children and they beg me to bring them here. If we lived closer it would be put on day trip rotation. They are constantly adding new activities and have special crafts to bring home. The Noodle Forest is a blast! There is an entire room dedicated to fort building. Craft room is any young artists dream! They just opened up the biggest indoor tree house I have ever seen. It's more of a maze slash obstacle course with a flying bathtub. All activities are adult friendly so playing with the kids makes it even more magical! Of course weekends are crazy busy, so I like to go when kids have early release or days off that are not holidays. Website is a great resource as...

Submitted by: Dean-Ryan S.

Can't recommend this place highly enough. It's a heck of a drive here from where we live in Surprise but it's my 4-year-old's favourite place to play. After the first couple of visits we got the 3-person membership for a year which will save us a ton of money since we'll probably go here at least once every couple of weeks. It's a "museum" only in the loosest sense; in fact as others have mentioned it's actually a giant playground with tons of things to see and do spread across multiple floors. A list of all the playthings inside can be found here ( http://www.childrensmu... ). In particular, the Schuff-Perini Climber, which is a giant structure resembling a treehouse with crazy stuff like a bathtub hanging ...

Submitted by: kristen y.

So I'm 33 and still had fun at this place! I went with my sister and my 2 year old niece. It was a blast. I think kids of all ages will be entertained here. There is a special room for toddlers (age 3 and under). Super fun for the little guys plus they won't be pushed aside by the bigger kids. There are lots of different rooms featuring different activities. Fun for everyone! If you come here thinking of this as a true "museum", you might be disappointed. It is more of a place to let the kids run free and expect the kids to sleep in the car on the way home as it will wear them out! The place has super cool decorations all over. Everywhere there is something to look at. Bring hand sanitizer if you are grossed...

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