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The Arizona Museum for Youth or better known as AMY was constructed to exhibit and educated fine arts to the public. The museum is essentially created for younger age groups, but the later on the museum has come up with different activities designed for all ages. The museum offers children and their families to the animated excitement and cultural attribute that fines arts gives.

The Arizona Museum for Youth annually is host to several exhibitions like ArtVille, which is an art-town for children from ages 0 ? 4. Art classes, workshops and family programs are also available to educate everyone about the art?s principles and techniques and ArtZone which is art class designed for visitors 5 years of age or older.

Open the whole year round, the Arizona Museum for Youth offers over 20,000 feet of public exhibition space that has 2 different galleries which both highlights several works of art. Family activities, summer camps and Saturday drop-in workshops are also available in the museum which focuses on the museum?s exhibits. The Family Zone in the museum has a lounging area with vending machines and picnic tables that are available for use.
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