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Tucson Childrens Museum Tucson

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Tucson Childrens Museum
200 S 6th Ave
Tucson
AZ
85701
Tel: (520) 792-9985

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A visit to the Tucson Childrens Museum will find you enjoying the numerous interactive exhibits, the daily hands-on activities and the monthly special events.
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    We went there for a birthday party. We were the ones having the party and had to coordinate with the staff. It was poorly coordinated and individual parents were given "stern" warnings because the 9 y/o kids had to be with an adult the whole time. Which is fine, if they forewarned us ahead of time. They even have an awesome garden out front, in the middle of the kids play area. However, the children are not allowed to touch anything in it. We unfortunately learned the hard way... well, it was the only way we could learn, because there aren't any...Read More

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    Took my 8, 6 and 3 year olds. We spent almost 3 hours and never a dull moment. The got to make their own art, pretend to be veterinarians, learn about frequency, anatomy, gravity while still having fun. I was impressed.

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    Effn awesome. And I'm 40something. I think my kid liked it too.

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    I love playing store and doing the activitys

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    My daughter enjoys the place.

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by David Andersen

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We went there for a birthday party. We were the ones having the party and had to coordinate with the staff. It was poorly coordinated and individual parents were given "stern" warnings because the 9 y/o kids had to be with an adult the whole time. Which is fine, if they forewarned us ahead of time. They even have an awesome garden out front, in the middle of the kids play area. However, the children are not allowed to touch anything in it. We unfortunately learned the hard way... well, it was the only way we could learn, because there aren't any signs, nor is it roped off. Its just a weird mixture of wanting kids to be hands on, and punishing them when they are. Its fun to go with 1 or 2 children, but having a birthday party there was absolutely horrible.

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