What We Do
The Children's Museum of Phoenix is a place where children play to learn, and grown-ups learn to play. The many developmental stages of a child - social, cognitive, physical, and emotional - have all been considered in the design of our exhibits and our programs. This is an environment in which children can actively play and learn, taking risks when the stakes are low, learning about themselves, the world, and the people around them.
In addition to providing families the space for their children to learn through play, the Children's Museum of Phoenix also serves the community in the following ways:
- Provides engaging projects, exhibits and programming for young children and their families.
- Educates parents and caregivers about child development and parenting techniques.
- Builds cultural understanding, positive social interaction, and celebrates diversity.
- Serves as a gateway to other cultural institutions and community programs.
T.W. Lewis Foundation Support
T.W. Lewis Foundation provides general support to the Children's Museum of Phoenix to increase their community outreach through their programs that allow free admission to low-income children and families and by sponsoring events.
"My kids love this place. I love the big tree house. Parents beware you will get stuck lol. I have three boys and even loved the shopping room."
Deanna L., parent
"I dislike driving into the city for anything, but the Phoenix Children's Museum was amazing!! Both my 2 year old and 8 month old had a BLAST! There was so much to see and do, we didn't get to half of it!"
Jean D., Parent