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Video Tour
Showing you what to expect at the Children's Museum of Phoenix.

Follow Ricky, Olivia, and their mom as they play at the Children's Museum of Phoenix. Watch with your family to show your kiddos what to expect, talk about any concerns, and plan around any potential sensory sensitivities.

Insider Tips
Know when and where to go, plus how to prepare
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Loudness Level

5

Walking Level

6

Crowd Level

2

Average Length in Hours

Sensory Scale uses 1 - 10 scoring, with 10 being maximum sensory input.

Cozy nooks to take a break

After adventuring in the Climber, the Book Loft is a great spot to take a break and cozy up for a good story.

Free on-site parking

Enter the Museum parking lot off of the Van Buren Rd. entrance for covered and uncovered parking options.

Accessible viewing in The Climber

If your kiddo is unsure about exploring The Climber or they have mobility limitations, they can check it out on the 3rd floor. Just take the elevator up and go left past the noodle forest.

Bring your own food and drinks

Food is available for purchase at the Cafe, and guests are welcome to bring their own food or beverages to eat in designated areas. Hot beverages are not allowed, and cold drinks should be in a plastic container with a secure, screw-top lid.

Plenty of sensory play

In the art room, noodle forest, and many more places, there are great opportunity to play, learn and explore through touch.

Hug a cactus :)

Check out the desert garden when it's not too hot out and enjoy cacti your kiddos can touch.

Digital Guide
For communication and getting around