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Please Touch Museum

4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia

Two or Four General Admissions with Carousel Rides and Parking Voucher at Please Touch Museum (Up to 31% Off)

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Kids can enjoy a collection of 25,000 toys and take a spin on a restored 1908 carousel or visit Playhouse Theater

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5 ratings3 reviews
November 22, 2017
I'm always impressed with how helpful, friendly, and interactive the staff are with children and families.
8 ratings6 reviews
November 3, 2017
My 2 year old LOVED this place- was able to go on a weekday which was awesome. Loved the special Daniel Tiger exhibit and meeting DT himself. He still talks about it 2 months later. This will be an annual trip for us until he outgrows it!
9 ratings5 reviews
October 30, 2017
Great place to entertain kids as they learn about different things!
48 ratings12 reviews
October 25, 2017
My grandkids and their cousins enjoyed every monent from Alice in wonderland to section train.
8 ratings5 reviews
October 23, 2017
A wonderful experience for me and my grandchildren,educational and fun for all ages.
5 ratings4 reviews
October 19, 2017
We love how much fun our children have!
2 ratings1 reviews
October 18, 2017
We went to the area to visit Sesame Place. We bought a Groupon deal for the museum as well based on the reviews. We found it to be okay, but not worth the price even with Groupon. The carousel wasn't in operation so the free ride tickets we got were useless. The employees were all very friendly, though. For less than ten dollars a ticket, maybe. Anything more than that, nah.
2 ratings2 reviews
October 18, 2017
I was a little disappointed. I am used to children being all over the place and things thrown about but this was another level. Many of the attractions were closed due to maintenance and most of the toys were in need of repair. The only good part about the museum was the grocery store. That is where we spent the most time. The staff were nice but the exhibits were just ok. Would not drive 2 hours for it again but some parts were fun.
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About This Deal

Choice of:

  • Two Admission Tickets, Two Carousel Rides, and One Parking Voucher
  • Four Admission Tickets, Four Carousel Rides, and One Parking Voucher

Need To Know

Promotional value expires Sep 27, 2017. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for group visits or birthday parties or special events. Valid only for general admission when museum is open. Entire promotional value must be used in one visit. Parking is subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.

About Please Touch Museum

"Don't touch that." The founders behind Please Touch Museum knew kids were used to hearing this phrase—and they wanted to change things. In 1976, they opened a museum dedicated to families with children aged seven and younger. The concept? That interactive exhibits and hands-on interaction would let kids learn through play.

  • Size: Two floors with 156,000 square feet of exhibits were designed for open-ended exploration.
  • Eye Catcher: The 40-foot replica of the Statue of Liberty’s Arm and Torch, is made from toys and found objects.
  • Permanent Mainstay: The Woodside Park Dentzel Carousel, which was built in 1908, is still operating today.
  • Don't Miss: The toy collection, which encompasses more than 25,000 board games, action figures, and other fun items manufactured after 1945, is a must-see for kids and adults.
  • Hands-On Activities: Kids pretend to sell tickets to the World's Fair and play doctor at the City Capers exhibit.
  • The Building: The museum occupies the entirety of Memorial Hall, which was built in 1876, long before children even existed.
  • Special Programs: Performances of music, puppetry, and other arts take the stage at the Playhouse Theatre.
  • Before You Go: Stop by the Kids Shop, which is stocked with toys designed to help children learn through play, plus children's books and Memorial Hall memorabilia.