Kids Activities in Tempe


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  • Oceanside Ice Arena
    An electric, zero-emission Zamboni roves over Oceanside Ice Arena’s 200′ x 89′ rink, readying the ice for the facility’s hockey leagues, broomball competitions, and open-skate sessions attended by throngs of casual skaters. Open since 1974, the arena has built a solid reputation over the years, one that’s largely a result of hosting the practices and games of Arizona State University’s hockey teams. When the rink’s not being occupied by hockey and broomball players or Zambonis carving messages of hope into the ice, the skating public is encouraged take to the ice during designated open skate sessions.
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    1520 North McClintock Drive
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Kiwanis Park Batting Range
    Saunter up to Kiwanis Park Batting Range and use the 20 tokens toward a variety of machines and cages, designed for baseballers of all skill levels. Ten lighted cages and eight cages that contain dual pitching machines provide multifaceted ball-whacking delight. Many machines can heave stitched spheres at speeds ranging from 30?75 m.p.h from 45 feet. Six slow pitch softball machines check larger targets, while a T-ball area is available for youngsters unable to face the wrath of the regular cages. Bats and helmets are available for use, and the only age requirement is that batters be able to hold and swing a bat without assistance (click here for the full list of rules). In between bat-based bashes, swing by the general concession area to snag some refueling soda, candy, or other energy titillating snack.
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    6005 South All American Way
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Tempe Theaters
    Pollack Tempe Cinemas It’s hard to believe that Pollack Tempe Cinemas was once just another small, drab movie theater in danger of replaced by the newest megaplex. What a difference a few years make. Once Pollack management took over, they completely redesigned the theater to better reflect the Golden Age of Hollywood cinema. Autographed headshots, life-size cutouts of celebrities, and vintage movie posters all contribute to the classical vibe that permeates the theater today. Though most theaters with this sort of eclectic flair survive on a steady diet of indie and foreign flicks, Pollack’s movies are generally blockbusters and other films with mainstream appeal. On any given weekend, the theater attracts thousands of guests eager to enjoy second-run films at steep discounts and pose for pictures next to life-sized models of their favorite movie stars or second favorite key grips.
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    1825 East Elliot Road
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Sea Life Arizona
    At Sea Life Arizona Aquarium, you can watch Ziva, a rescued green sea turtle, graciously share the limelight with the 5,000 other oceanic creatures that populate the aquarium's tanks, including white-tip reef sharks and cownose stingrays. Rays swarm in live feeding shows, sea stars wait in tanks to be touched, and crabs don't mind if you hold them in your hand or whisper sweet nothings in their ears.
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    5000 Arizona Mills Cir, Ste 145
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Halle Heart Children's Museum
    In 1996, the Halle Heart Children's Museum was conceived to educate kids about keeping their hearts healthy, thus helping to prevent cardiovascular disease. Exhibits teach visitors how the circulatory system works and how choices in diet and exercise can help the heart grow stronger.? Size: 16,000 square feet of heart-healthy exhibits Eye Catcher: Learn about the circulatory system in Follow Your Heart by examining a giant-sized model of the human heart All Living Creatures: In All Creatures Great and Small, compare the human heart to those of different animals? Don't Miss: Two exhibits, The Marketplace and The Kitchen Cafe , highlight heart-healthy food options Hands-On Exhibits: The Beat Goes On shows how regular heart-thumping exercise helps keep the heart in shape From the Press: "It's a kid-focused environment, but open to anyone wanting an engaging way to learn more about heart-healthy principles." ? ABC15
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    2929 South 48th Street
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Valley Pedaler
    Forget a bicycle built for two?this bike holds up to 14. The Valley Pedaler and its little sister, the six-person Crab, carry passengers on a self-powered bar crawl that bounces from happy hour to happy hour. As they listen to the party-friendly soundtrack--or their own music--pedalers drop in at Gringo Star, The Handlebar, C.A.S.A. SunB?, Loco Patron, Macayo's Depot Cantina, and World of Beer. In addition to pub crawls, the vehicles can also be commissioned for private tours and low speed chase scenes.
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    202 South Farmer Avenue
    Tempe, AZ US

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