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The Children's Museum Tucson provides a fun, play-based, hands-on learning experience for children and their families. Exhibits include Techtopia, Bodyology, Investigation Station, Build It!, Electri-City and Pet Vet, plus a huge art studio and a...more
We took are 7 year old to the Children’s Museum for the first time today. Waste of money. I counted over 10 machines/ activities that were broken or not working, a lot of the activities had missing pieces, and the logo tables didn’t even have...More
We took our 2 year old twins to this museum and we were totally impressed by the variety of hands-on things for them to explore and enjoy! There are different areas with themes like gravity, the human body, train, nano science, electricity, play area for...More
My Grandson (7 yrs) LOVED it!! He needs something to challenge his mind he is so Smart & he was absolutely Nuts for all the hands on stuff here that had a beginning & end result..
What a Wonderful Place HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!!
We took a 19 month old child with us & there was plenty for her to do. We 4 adults enjoyed it as well. This is well done & is a kid’s Mecca! We spent about 2 hours here. Don’t forget the outdoor activities as...More
I treated my good friend and her 11 year old daughter Emily to this venue. It was the first time for me as well. Frankly it was run down, many of the exhibits non-funtioning, and in general boring. But I must confess I am spoiled...More
We took our 2 year daughter for some play time while we were visiting Tucson. The location was a lot bigger than I expected with many different rooms for kids to learn and explore and play. It was a bit busy when we visited on...More
Outstanding children's museum, geared to multiple age levels and parents as well. Moderately priced. Would be nice if they would ask parents to turn off their cell phones so they would actually interact with their kids since that is partially the purpose of the museum...More