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Hands-on museum where adults and children can learn and explore together. The Museum is open Monday - Saturday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Admission is $19 for adults and children age one and over. Children under one are free.
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
4231 Avenue of the Republic Ave, Memorial Hall, Philadelphia, PA 19131-3719
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Our family’s 3 year old toddler spent a fully engaged 4 hours at The Please Touch Museum. Her first stop was the large water play area, followed by the Alice in Wonderland play space. We took a break for lunch & I have to say...More
We visited as a group of 14 people with 6 kids. Up to 18 you are considered as kids ! We can spend anywhere between 2-3 hours or the whole day, depending on parents patient level!
If you are early to the place, you will...More
We picked to visit the Please Touch Museum after seeing it was rated one of the top Autism-friendly museums in the country. For our seven-year-old son with Autism, it was a great experience! Typically, every museum we go to, there are too many restrictions which...More
I wasn't sure there would be enough for our 14-month-old granddaughter to do but she loved it. The carousel ride is an extra $3, but worth it. We were less than two hours but for older children this could be a half-day or all-day place.
The museum is located in the park where you can pay to park or park for free for a short walk. Inside is the best experience for the children of all ages, they have so many areas available to watch and participate for children of...More
We went today as a family day. My kids loved it. They could have spent hours at the water tables. I found the “costumes” at some of the exhibits to be gross, but I just encouraged my kids not to put them on. I do...More
Response from BusdriverPhil | Reviewed this property |
I cannot answer for sure but I have to believe that they would probably prohibit it since there would be no one to escort you to and from the carousel. Also I have not seen a price advertised for that purpose.
If you prefer to take a cab rather than public transportation, I would suggest Embassy Suites at Ben Franklin Parkway (10 minutes). There are many hotels to choose near City Hall (3 Marriott brand hotels, Hyatt, Hilton... More
If you prefer to take a cab rather than public transportation, I would suggest Embassy Suites at Ben Franklin Parkway (10 minutes). There are many hotels to choose near City Hall (3 Marriott brand hotels, Hyatt, Hilton, etc...) which is located 5 to 10 minutes further away.