Fun Learning Activities: Museums

Fun Learning Activities: Museums

Kids are only young once. They grow up so quickly and our culture often forces them to grow ahead of their time. If you have kids and you’re looking to spend a few hours of fun with them, here’s why taking a trip to a children’s museum should be on the top of your list.[…] Read More

Educational Activities for Kids: Museums

Educational Activities for Kids Museums

In our museum, we want you to touch everything! One of the top three children’s museums in the nation is a wondrous place of imagination, inspiration, creativity, and just plain fun– Children’s Museum of Phoenix. Designed for kids ages birth to ten, this is not a typical museum. Here, we want you to touch everything.[…] Read More


In a recent ranking of the 25 Best American Children’s Museums across the nation, the Early Childhood Education Zone recognized the Children’s Museum of Phoenix as one of the top three children’s museums in the United States. For a full list of the top 25 children’s museums around the country go to

SandFest 2016!

We are full steam ahead in planning         March 4 – 6, 2016 See how much fun we had at our 2015 event!   For more information and sponsorship opportunities, please contact the Museum’s Development Director Debbie Paine at 602.648.2743 or

Summer Prep / Kinder Success

While most students think of summer as a break from learning, for young kids entering kindergarten, summer is the ideal time to instill the skills that will make transitioning to school smoother. Read more…

Top US Museums

The Children’s Museum of Phoenix has done it again. TravelPod has selected the Museum as part of their latest blog post: “Editor’s Choice – Great Museums for Your US Trip!“ highlighting a great museum or cultural destination from each state.  Check out the series HERE.  The Children’s Museum of Phoenix is listed at #3!  


Great blog post on about the importance of block play. Visit the Museum’s new BlockMania! exhibit and see for yourself how free-range play excites a child’s mind. Read it now….