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Chandler Museum

Chandler Museum

I had heard about the Chandler Museum (and that it was free), so when we were visiting the Crayola Experience in Chandler Fashion Center, I felt like we might was well bop over and check it out. The Chandler Museum is located at 300 S Chandler Village Dr (which is right near the Chandler Fashion…

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Things to do in North Phoenix

thing to do in north Phoenix

We have been writing this blog so long that it was finally time to tackle a round up of just Phoenix. However, Phoenix is so large that one round up post would be gigantic! So, we are separating it into three easy sections: North Phoenix Central Phoenix East Phoenix Hopefully this will help you navigate…

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Things to do in Central Phoenix

If you are looking for things to do in Central Phoenix with your kids, you are in luck! There are so many amazing things to do that will amaze and impress your kids (and the kids inside of you!). We have visited so many of these local gems over the years that we put together…

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The Discovery Reno Nevada

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The Discovery in Reno Nevada is an amazing science and children’s museum for the whole family! After having enough of the sun, we decided to take a trip from South Lake Tahoe to Reno to take advantage of some indoor fun while using our reciprocal membership at the science museum! If you have any type…

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Fun in Mesa

Are you roaming around the valley looking for some fun in Mesa? There are lots of things to do and see in Mesa-Here are the places we have reviewed, and there will be more to come! Pioneer Park in Mesa-This newly redesigned park has a beautiful covered splashpad, a huge playground with amazing climbers and…

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Musical Instrument Museum-Phoenix

I have been wanting to go to the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix for the longest time. It is also known as MIM to many people. It is located at Tatum and the 101 (very near Desert Ridge Marketplace). The prices are a bit higher than other museums, so I was lucky enough to be…

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Pueblo Grande Museum and Ruins-Phoenix

There are so many museums in the Phoenix area that are hidden in plain sight that I often forget to check them out until an event slaps me across the face. Pueblo Grande Museum in Phoenix offered an archaeology class that was great for 7 year olds. Munchie has been into dinosaurs lately, so  this…

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What to Expect on a Free Day

Free days at Museums and other venues are gold Unless it is so crowded that you can’t get in. Or you get kicked out because it is overcrowded. Phoenix summers are hot. And they can seemingly last forever, making a free day at any venue a literal hot spot to hit. With Social Media, word…

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Butterfly Wonderland-Scottsdale

butterfly wonderland

Since we went to the Odysea Mirror Maze years ago ( I can’t believe it-I was still carrying Dimples in a Bjorn back then!) and Odysea Aquarium a few months ago, I had been eagerly awaiting an opportunity to go to Buttefly Wonderland. One of the first places in the Odysea complex, Butterfly Wonderland once looked…

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Free (and Nearly Free) activities 2017

Looking for our free Summer Activities for 2019? Check out post here! If the walls are starting to feel like they are closing in on you after a few weeks of being stuck inside with the kids, you might start to think “I need to get OUTTA here!” There are some great, cheap activities available if…

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Bargain Activities in the Summer

Are you looking for activities that don’t cost a bundle? Check out these Bargain activities that are free or low cost in the Phoenix area! There are a lot of places to stay cool when the weather is hot.   If you are an active military family-check out Blue Star Museums to see where you can…

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Heard Museum-Build Exhibit (Lego)

The Heard Museum’s primary focus is to share the appreciation of the arts and the history of the indigenous people of the area. There is definitely a lot of history and information at the museum, and I wish my husband and I were able to really read and enjoy the information that was available, but…

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