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The Children’s Museum of La Habra
301 S Euclid St
La Habra, CA 90631



La Habra Children’s Museum Mission

To encourage enthusiasm about learning in a hands-on environment that opens the world even to the youngest child.

La Habra Children’s Museum History

The Children’s Museum at La Habra opened in December 1977 and is located in a historic 1923 train depot near the corner of La Habra Blvd and Euclid St. The Children’s Museum at La Habra was one of only a few such museums open on the west coast during the 1970′s.

Who is the Children’s Museum at La Habra

The Children’s Museum at La Habra shows how important play is to learning. Through play, children develop skills, express creativity, discover the larger world and learn to work with others. A resource in the Southern California community since 1977, the Children’s Museum at La Habra is an award winning, non-profit public museum that provides unique, hands-on educational and cultural experiences to young children ages two through ten. An interactive, enrichment center that stimulates the imagination, The Children’s Museum at La Habra annually provides 95,000 children, their parents and teachers with 10,000 square feet of hands-on exhibits about the arts, sciences, other cultures and everyday life. Through the power of play, children are able to increase their sensory/motor interaction, art, science math, English literacy, creativity and analytical skills. The Museum also provides outreach activities to disadvantaged children that include free school tours and classroom visits, community festivals, family workshops and educational programs – all designed to enable children to learn through exploration, interaction and play. The museum features 7 galleries and 14 different hands on exhibits, many of which remain unique to the field today. In addition to these exhibits, an outdoor dinosaur topiary and historic 1942 caboose, the museum features an exhibit which changes 3 times a year. The 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.