Children's Museum Tucson and Oro Valley in December
The Children's Museum Tucson and Oro Valley will be closing at 2 pm on Christmas Eve and will be closed on Christmas Day.
Join us for our second Artivity! event with Sonoran Glass School and Tucson Museum of Art! The courtyard will be filled with free winter-themed activities from the Museum Tucson Museum of Art:
There will also be activities inside the museum, free with regular-price admission.
Oro Valley Holiday Celebration
Children's Museum Oro Valley is celebrating its first holiday season in style, with fun, crafts and SANTA!
Museum admission is regular price this day.
And by the way, Oro Valley friends, we will be part of the Oro Valley Parade on Dec. 12. Please come see us!
Holiday Mondays at CMT Downtown
Children's Museum Tucson will be open on Mondays during Christmas break, so bring your kids downtown for some discovery and fun!
Best of all, our play-based learning will help keep their minds sharp while they're not in school! Monday hours are 9 am-5 pm at the Downtown location only.
Happy Noon Year!
Join us on Dec. 31 to ring out the old and ring in the new! We'll have special activities, plus a Balloon Drop at noon, so even the littlest ones can get in on the New Year's celebration! The celebration is included with regular Museum admission. Members, of course, are free!
Membership is an Incredible gift!
As a supporter, you already know what a wonderful place the Museum is to bring your kids or grandchildren. Why not share that joy this holiday season with a gift membership or gift certificate to Children's Museum Tucson | Oro Valley? It's easier than ever to purchase a membership online. Or stop by either location to get a certificate good for admission, membership - even a birthday party!
If you have questions, call Downtown at 792-9985 or Oro Valley at 297-8004 .
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