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What modifications have you made to the Museum?

We are the same Museum you know and love, only 100% outside! Check out all of the health and safety modifications we’ve made to ensure Safer Play.

What is the price of admission?

Admission is $14.95 per person. Children under the age of 1 are free. Members are also free. Seniors 62 and over are $13.95. We are currently offering time ticketing only. All visitors must reserve their tickets online here.
Why do adults need to pay admission?

The mission of the Children’s Museum of Phoenix is to engage the minds, muscles and imaginations of children and the grown ups who care about them. Our spaces and play experiences are designed for both you and your child to play, learn, and enjoy together.
Does the Museum offer any discounts?

At this time, the Museum is not offering any discounts on admission.
Does the Museum participate in any reciprocal membership programs?

Not at this time but we continuously review our options.
Can adults come into the Museum without a child?

For the safety of our guests, we do not allow adults without children, or children without adults into the Museum to play.
Is the Museum handicap accessible?

Service animals are welcome at the Museum. AzTAP Department of Services for Persons with Disabilities conducted an accessibility evaluation in August 2008 and summarized, “the Children’s Museum of Phoenix is the most exceptionally disability-aware arts institution this evaluator has ever surveyed.” See more about Health, Safety & Accessiblity at the Museum.
What is a Playologist?

Playologists are Museum  staff who are trained to assist our visitors in having the best time possible and more importantly, to facilitate play! You will find them stationed throughout the Museum’s spaces in the Museum’s signature uniform of turquoise polo shirt (purple sweatshirt) and khaki pants.
Where can we eat?

There is currently no food service available at the Museum. We ask that you kindly eat prior to or after your visit to the Museum. There are also restaurants within walking distance of the Museum if you wish to eat off-site.
Are there restrooms with changing tables?

Yes! All of our restrooms, including the boy’s restroom, have changing tables in them.
Can I bring my stroller into the Museum?

At this time, strollers are limited to families whose children are not yet walking or have mobility issues. We ask that you leave your strollers in your car to prevent crowding and germ spread.
How often do you clean the Museum?

Our standards and processes for cleaning the Museum reflect the importance we put on the health and safety of our visitors. See more about Health, Safety & Accessiblity at the Museum.
What is your solicitation policy?

Out of respect for our visitors, and to provide a distraction-free environment for them, the Children’s Museum of Phoenix does not allow solicitation or petitioning in the Museum or anywhere on Museum property regardless of the cause or issue being represented. Any information distributed or offered on the premises is done so at the sole discretion of the Museum.
Do you have an anti-smoking, anti-weapons policy at the Museum?

There are no weapons of any kind allowed in the Museum.

The Children’s Museum of Phoenix is a tobacco-free environment. Cigars, pipes, cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, vapor cigarettes, chewing tobacco, or any tobacco related product is strictly prohibited in the Museum and on Museum grounds. Thank you for keeping our children healthy.