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Grandparents on the Go Cracker Jax

When you are fortunate enough to assemble all of your grandkids at one time, Cracker Jax in Scottsdale is just the ticket to keep them all entertained for hours. Click here for the full article.
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Grandparents on the Go Phoenix Fire Department Tour

What little one doesn’t light up when they hear the siren on a fire truck? While boys may be the first ones in your family to develop this fascination with emergency vehicles, every child loves to see what goes on in their local fire stations. Click here for the full article.
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Grandparents on the Go Sea Life Aquarium

Lucky us! No matter where you live in the Phoenix region, an undersea adventure is close at hand; just plan a visit to Sea Life Aquarium at the Arizona Mills! One of 35 Sea Life locations scattered across the US and Europe, you can learn, play, and experience over 5,000 sea creatures right here in the desert. Click here for the full article.
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Grandparents on the Go Hall of Flame Museum

The best recommendation for this museum comes from my grandson Jack. After he & I had spent over an hour on our self-guided tour of the Hall of Flame, I asked him what he wanted to do next. Click here for the full article.
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Grandparents on the Go Arizona Science Center

As grandparents looking for something ‘cool’ to do with grandkids of varying ages, you really can’t top the Arizona Science Center. There is no end to ‘imagination having fun’ at this amazing facility. Click here for the full article.
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Cathy Droz and Cathy Burford Desert Botanical Gardens

Each spring and fall the Desert Botanical Garden ( DBG) plays host to some beautiful visitors. Butterlies, Mariposas, Papillions, by whatever name you choose, these elusive creatures are shipped in by the hundreds and are allowed to fly free in the Marshall Butterfly Pavillion. Click here for the full article.
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Grandparents on the Go Musical Instrument Museum

Perhaps taking your grandchildren around the world in 90-days might be a lifelong dream of yours. However, if you don’t have the time or the 401K to do so, we believe we’ve found an alternative right here in Phoenix, at least from a musical perspective. Rising from the desert on a 20-acre property at the corner of Tatum and Mayo Boulevards is a stunning 190,000 square foot building in which you can tour the world with your grandchildren via the universal language that binds us all together. Here everyone comes away knowing that ‘Music is the Language of the Soul’. Visitors will get up-close and personal with over 10,000 instruments and objects from around the globe. We are talking about MIM, The Musical Instrument Museum. This museum has something for every age group. Children as young as three can see Click here for the full article.