The new play street museum Plano opened today and my little kid had sooo much fun there! It’s a camping-themed play place with a ton of creative, building and pretend play activities for kids eight and under.


There is a supermarket (with food, shopping baskets and a working cash register), an Adirondack-style house (with a rocking chair porch, kitchen, washing machine, table and crib), two cabins (with toys, a cot, backpack, boots and puppets), a camper (with kitchen), and a fishing pier and boat (with cooler, life jackets, camping plates and fishing poles/fish).


Two cabins


The camper


Fishing pier with boat


Grocery store

A grill with picnic table

A grill with picnic table and the kitchen inside the cabin

A set of awesome wooden building blocks were my favorite. Other kids loved the riding cars and carts, gas pump, mail box and the pretend camp fire.


Pretend campfire


I love these interlocking, wooden building blocks!


Gas pump, riding toys and magnetic “blocks”

There are also craft tables, a large chalk board and a sand table.


Visit their website for special events. Like the Frisco play street museum (PAM Review) they plan to have special nights (popcorn instead of FroYo) and they do offer birthday parties on the weekends. Check it out and have a great time!

play street museum Plano
5964 West Parker Rd, Plano map
$11 for ages 1-8 (includes a healthy snack)