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

301 South Euclid Street, La Habra, California

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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...

Submitted by: Bobby J.

First off for you who complain there isnt much here and its over crammed you gotta think its for little kids first off, how much space do they really need? This place is always offering some kind of specials whether its for everyone or for needy kids! I know for a fact that every week they invite schools who arent able to afford and not only do they pay for admissions but they pay for them to have food as well. This is all non-profit! This means they are taking money away from newer stuff or money for expanding to make sure these little guys have a chance to experience other things that every other little kid can experience. If you have a problem with this place because aapparently its not good enough gor yp...

Submitted by: Lo B.

Came here with my 2 yr old on a week day. Lots of kids running around wild.  It's not exactly a museum, more like an old building made into a small interactive play house. Nothing really educational except for the tiny science themed room. There's several rooms with different activities. One is a for toddlers but all the big kids were in there--it has building blocks, the other room has a stage to play dress up, the other had a carousel and a toddler toy grocery store with baby shopping carts and a half of an old used bus. Even an indoor petting zoo--more like one goat and some baby chicks. Stinks there.  Really boring for adults, but my 2yo loved it! (except for the room with real stuffed wild animals (taxi...

Submitted by: Kelly M.

We've been here once and we spent hours here!  I took my 2-year-old and 5-year-old and they had so much fun, they didn't want to leave.  It's a great place to play pretend, but it's a bit of a drive from where we live.  First, they "dug" for artifacts, then "shopped" in the grocery store, "rode" in the huge bus and took turns "driving", ...

Submitted by: Katie W.

This museum was very fun for my 4 year old. They had a playroom with books and a tree-house and some baby/toddler toys, a room with a stage and tons of costumes (mostly adult sized), a room with a carousel, play grocery store and a real bus for kids to pretend in. They also had a model train display and a room full of stuffed wild animal...

Submitted by: Chel R.

its spring break and i wanted to take my kids somewhere today local and without having to spend over a hundred dollars on  admission tickets.  so here we are. right away, my two kids were already excited  visiting a new place.  this is all our first time.  i brought with us my niece and she said she came here when she was in kindergarten on a field trip and she's now 9.  you can't beat a $7 pp entrance ticket while my 23 month old was free (2 and under). the place is not too big and not too small.  i think it's perfect for children 7 and under.  from grocery shopping, visiting the live animals, to controlling trains, and viewing animals that are made to look real... it is an awesome place to visit.   parking...

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