Children's Museum at La Habra, La Habra, California

301 South Euclid Street, La Habra, California 90631

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The Children's Museum of La Habra also holds fun classes to keep your little ones happy and active. These classes are free so take advantage during your visit.


Address: 301 South Euclid Street, La Habra, California 90631

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Phone: 562-383-4236
URL: http://www.lhcm.org
Hours: Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm, Saturday 10 am - 5 pm, Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm, Member Fridays Open at 9 am.
Price: Kids & Adults $8, La Habra Residents $7, Kids under 2 and Members FREE

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Submitted by: Patrick D.

Brought the kids here.  They enjoyed most of the exhibits.  There is a room for pre-school aged children.  The down sides were a lack of parking (sporting events in the park s...

Submitted by: Karen N.

Came here for a really good friend's son Birthday Party.. It a very decent place for a kid's party between the ages of 1 1/2 -5. The super young kids will not understand stand the the older kids may get bored. It's a very hands on museum  which is perfec...

Submitted by: Kristi C.

Fun filled, low key, and a surprise around every corner. Never have our children had so much fun with $5!  The experience was well w...

Submitted by: Gen L.

I should have done my research and had gone on a Target Free Saturday.  I ended up dropping $14 for my 4-yr old and I, and well, all I can say is it's an older, much smaller, and less clean version of Pretend City.  They have play areas where you can pretend to be a bus driver, or play in a grocery store, farm, etc. and since my daughter had already e...

Submitted by: Vi L.

It has been raining for a couple of days and my little 2 year old has been stuck in side the house. I decided to brave the rain and took him to the museum. Even though it was a Saturday, the place wasn't crowded at all due the the weather. My son had a ton of fun and after two hours, I had to pretty much dragged him out of there. There are dinosaurs on the lawn outside that we quickly walked pass since everything was wet. It would be a great place to run around and have a picnic on a nice day. Inside, there are a bunch of rooms with different activities: - a large play room with toys, books, puzzles, pretend kitchen, and places for a parent to sit - a dress up room with lots of clothes/hats/scarves and a sta...

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