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Pretend City Children's Museum

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949.428.3900

29 Hubble, Irvine, CA 92618.

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based on 285 reviews

01/27/15
Laura M.
This place is great, my two year old loved it! The mini city is packed with tons of things for a toddler to do. It has everything a city would have...

01/15/15
Michael P.
- - - - - Volunteer's Perspective - - - - - Pretend City mimic's a real 'working city', in that the children learn through meaningful play. Every child's...

12/23/14
C A.
The other reviewers did such a great job critiquing pretend city that I decided to write about the staff members that weren't really addressed. Warning:...
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total check-ins: 1983
09/17/10
Heather Hendricks
Go in the afternoon there are normally less people.
12/05/09
Gene Chuang
cool place for kiddies
02/08/14
Alma Bosek
Earn pretend city money by working in the grocery market, post office and Cafe. Then use the money to buy art made by others at the art studio.
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rating 3.7 out of 5
11/21/13
Karis Correspondence
I love, love Pretend City...but more than that, my daughter loves it! The pretend, educational play and activities they have here are amazing. The art studio always has these elaborate and fun art projects, just this alone is worth the money to go. We have been going for a year now and my 3-year-old....
09/08/13
Anastasia Smith
The price is a bit steep, but in perspective, well worth it. I paid less at this museum than amusement parks, but I think my daughter (18 months) had AT LEAST as much fun. She also learned a lot. I don't' think she would have ever gotten tired of playing there and learning. I would have hoped th....
12/04/13
Bill Lyon
We have been to Pretend City often since it opened. I know of no better way to educate children on how the world works, how things are interrelated and connected by systems like money. When my daughter was 5 she immediately went to the grocery store and started loading a cart. At one point I aske....
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