Finding affordable ways to entertain the entire family can be tricky — which is why we’re fans of something Children’s Museum of Phoenix is doing Friday: letting everyone in for free.
Housed in Phoenix’s historic Monroe School building just off Seventh Street, the museum specializes in hands-on exhibits designed to engage children up to age 10 — and the grown-ups with them. With its three-story Schuff-Perini Climber and foam Noodle Forest, it’s a destination that normally costs $11 per person ages 1-62.
On-the-house admission comes courtesy of Target and its “Free First Friday” grant program.
Another admission deal occurs Sept. 9, Grandparent’s Day. Grandparents get in free that day; all other guests pay regular admission price.
DETAILS >> 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 7. Children’s Museum of Phoenix, 215 N. Seventh St., Phoenix. Free. (602) 253-0501 or ChildrensMuseumofPhoenix.org.
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