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An at-a-glance look at The Children's Museum at La Habra.
It is our mission to encourage enthusiasm about learning in a hands-on environment that opens the world even to the youngest child.
- Opened in December 1977 and is located in a historic 1923 Train Depot.
- One of only a few children's museums to open on the West Coast during the 1970s.
- 10,000 square feet of hands-on exhibits about the arts, sciences, world cultures
The Children's Museum at La Habra has an average of 95,000 children, parents and teachers that visit annually.
Our Museum features 7 galleries and 14 different
Current Changing Exhibit
Lindo Mexico June 19-December 31, 2018
A new exhibit called Lindo Mexico! is opening up this June! Visit Abuelita's Kitchen, celebrate Dia de Los Muertos, shop in a colorful Mercado, visit an Aztec Ruin, and learn what inventions Mexico has contributed to the world! Come enjoy the fun and beauty of our nearest neighboring country!
If I Lived in A Castle
January 22 to August 25, 2019
The Museum's Changing Gallery will be transformed into a Medieval Castle, complete with drawbridge, towers
Sept 27, 2016 Time of Giants Exhibit: KTLA Morning News coverage
- Children and Adults: $10
- La Habra residents: $9
- Children under 2: Free
- Members are always Free
Special Events & Programs
Guided Tours / Field Trips
Our docent-led Museum tours offer an educational experience that complements classroom learning and bridges the Museum and classroom curriculum. Learn more about it at our Field Trip page.
Scholarship programs are provided to local under-served schools. These programs allow the Museum to offer additional educational tools to
Children experience the Children's Museum galleries and exhibits through engaging themed activities in science, theater, and creepy crawly animal encounters.
- Families with children ages 1-9 in the Southern California area
- School groups, educators, preschools, early childhood care providers, homeschool families