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Imagination Avenue

10614 N. 32nd Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85028 | 1-602-765-3192
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Type: Seasonal Events and Playgrounds & Playspaces
Ages: Ages 1 — 10
Cost: $
Hours of operation: Mon-Fri 9:00-5:00 Sat 10:00-3:00 Sun private parties

You have found one of the best indoor activities for kids in Phoenix.  We are a climate controlled, parent supervised, shoe free play and party center in Phoenix designed for toddlers, preschoolers, and early elementary school age children. We offer a host of classes for children. Our town and toys are cleaned and sanitized daily for your comfort and protection.
All children must be accompained by a responsible adult 18 & older, and a signed waiver must be completed prior to play.
Our 3,500 square foot indoor play activity center contains a child sized town.  It is designed to provide an early childhood environment full of resources to enhance child development, socialization skills, and imagination.  Children and parents spend hours of fun imaginative play in our town designed just for kids.  This promotes the social and creative skills that all children need to develop throughout their childhood.  If your young child loves to play pretend then we are the place for you!
So the next time you are looking for an indoor activity for you kids come to our indoor play town. It's complete with 9 play houses including a school, market, house, hospital, home depot, fire station, jail dress shop and bakery.

1 Review for Imagination Avenue

August 17 2012
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"I had a pretty good day over all"

This was a really intertaining place for my 23 month old son. He loved running around the square pushing the various strollers and lawn mowers. As well as riding around in the variaties of toy vehicals. However, I due recomend you remember to wear socks because the place is quite cool if you're going to be there for some time. An if need that you bring you're own snacks in a diper bag, because I'm not exactly sure if they provide that sort of thing if you're going during the week. (We went on a Monday) Also I recomend that for the younger kids such as my sons age that you keep a pretty close eye on them because when dealing with some of the older kids sharing issues can become a bit of a problem. {Like with any sort of inviornment such as this own I guess). However, I noticed that alot of the time (probably because I kept to my kid like a shadow) I didn't really have much of a problem with that sort of thing, but my other friend who accompanied me with her grandson did find that some of the other parents weren't watching the older ones very well. Which is were the problem came up. I suggest that the owners possably place a sign up at the sign in desk or somewhere in the place to inforce this rule with the adults. XD

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