LEGOLAND DISCOVERY CENTER
5000 South Arizona Mills Circle, Suite 135, Tempe, AZ 85282 Directions
Legoland Discovery Center is built exclusively for children aged 3-10 years. It's all kid-sized. There are 12 wonderful family attractions in the LEGOLAND ® Discovery Center in Arizona. LEGOLAND Discovery Center Arizona is a world of color, imagination, and fun for children aged 3 to 10 years. They sell a range of attractions, two rides, a 4D movie theater, and more. Groups of 15 or more enjoy special benefits while visiting the LEGOLAND ® Discovery Center, including reduced ticket rates and exclusive items. The group must be joined by at least one child (aged 17 years and under) to visit the attraction.
Family Attractions and Activities, 4D Cinema, Kingdom Quest Laser Ride, Merlin’s Apprentice, Lego Friends Heartlake City, Birthdays, Groups, School Field Trips, Homeschool, Corporate Partners & Scouts
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TEMPE HISTORY MUSEUM
809 East Southern Avenue, Tempe, AZ 85282 Directions
Tempe History Museum is a place where the city comes together to discuss Tempe 's past, share his present, and envision his future. They give special exhibits and take a look at some of the pieces in the series. The Tempe History Museum holds excellent programs, such as free concerts, discussion groups, and neighborhood celebrations. This museum offers interactive displays, enjoyable games for children, and regular concerts, lectures, and movies. Next year's events are delivered online every Wednesday of June and July instead of in-person at the museum. Ge Free admission fee at Tempe History Museum.
Workshops, Store, Outreach, Community Room Rental, Online Collection, Events, Archives and Photographs, Historic Collections, Adult, Research Services, Speakers, Exhibitions, Students, Teachers, Youth, and Family Programs & Educational Programs
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ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM
51 East 10th Street, Tempe, AZ 85281 Directions
Arizona State University Art Museum is the New American Museum of Art for the New American University. Throughout the years, the ASU Art Museum has grown to become the leading museum of contemporary art established in 1950. James, a prominent local lawyer, has contributed nearly 150 pieces of art over five years. The museum aims to promote the sharing of new ideas and to look to the future. The aim of the ASU Art Museum is to be a meeting place for the sharing of new ideas, viewpoints, and experiences between artists, students, and the public through their exhibits, residencies, collections, and programs. The museum forges concrete links in all fields of science to build a stronger, more sustainable future. Under the leadership of director Gordon Knox, the collection of the ASU Art Museum has expanded to include more than 12,000 artifacts, and the physical footprint of the museum has increased to three locations across Metro Phoenix. Admission to the ASU Art Museum is often free.
Current and Upcoming Events, Kids, Stores, Ceramics, Traveling Exhibitions, Students Programs, Group Tours, ASU Student Visits, Family Visits, Ceramics Research Center at Brickyard, Project Space at Combine Studios & Teachers