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Childrens Museums in California


Children’s museums are a playground for the mind, a place to play, explore, discover, and learn with kids. Children’s museums are also a perfect place for boys’ and girls’ scouts to gather, for birthday parties, and for parents and children to enhance their involvement with each other.

Be a kid again, visit a local children’s museum and enjoy the wonder of learning. Most children’s museums charge a fee to get in, but may also offer discounts on certain days of the week, or depending on group size, family income or membership participation. Check your local library for free passes.

It’s a good idea to check the website for information about their programs, and to find: exhibit and program descriptions, directions, admission fees, best times to avoid crowds, and recommended length of time to spend in order to participate in all of the activities. Some museums may also sell food, or provide lunchroom facilities.

Who knows, you might enjoy it so much, you’ll want to become a museum volunteer.  

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Children's Discovery Museum
Children's Discovery Museum things to do on a rainy day in San Jose, CA
Childrens Museum in San Jose, CA USA

One of the largest museums of its kind in the nation, CDM's 150 interactive exhibits lead visitors to explore, understand and enjoy the world in which they live.

Children's Museum at La Habra
Children's Museum at La Habra things to do on a rainy day in California
Childrens Museum in La Habra, CA USA

The Children's Museum welcomes local, national and international visitors. Children can ride a kid-size carousel, take a walk in T-Rex's footprints, pet an Arctic fox, pump gas, drive a bus, dress up and perform, and dig for fossils all in one afternoon!.


Children's Museum of The Sierras
Children's Museum of The Sierras things to do on a rainy day in California
Childrens Museum in Oakhurst, CA USA


Gyroscope
Gyroscope things to do on a rainy day in San Francisco, CA
Childrens Museum in Oakland, CA USA

Skyline, an innovative exhibit funded by the National Science Foundation, focuses on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) and family learning.

Kidspace Children's Museum
Kidspace Children's Museum things to do on a rainy day in Hollywood, CA
Childrens Museum in Pasadena, CA USA

The 225,000 guests we serve each year embark on their personal voyage of experiential education, discovery, and fun while at the museum.


Monterey County Youth Museum - MY Museum
Monterey County Youth Museum - MY Museum things to do on a rainy day in Monterey, CA
Childrens Museum in Monterey, CA USA

Children's Museum-Play Explore Discover.

Museum of Children's Art (mocha)
Museum of Children's Art (mocha) things to do on a rainy day in San Francisco, CA
Childrens Museum in Oakland, CA USA

MOCHA provides hands-on arts learning experiences for children and their families in our museum, in schools and preschools, and in public venues.

Redwood Discovery Museum
Redwood Discovery Museum things to do on a rainy day in California
Childrens Museum in Eureka, CA USA


San Diego Children's Discovery Museum
San Diego Children's Discovery Museum things to do on a rainy day in San Diego North, CA
Childrens Museum in Escondido, CA USA


Children's Discovery Museum of The Desert
Children's Discovery Museum of The Desert things to do on a rainy day in Palm Springs, CA
Childrens Museum in Rancho Mirage, CA USA



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