The Children’s Museum at La Habra opened in December 1977 and is located in a historic 1923 Train Depot. The museum features seven galleries and fourteen different hands on exhibits, many of which remain unique to the field today. There is also an outdoor dinosaur topiary and historic 1942 caboose. 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.
The Children’s Museum features permanent exhibits that include:
Nature Walk: Touch taxidermy wild animals in an indoor setting.
Model Train Village: Watch five trains running through a miniature village. Interactive electronic games on the walls reflect transportation history.
STEAM Lab:An interactive space for exploring S.T.E.A.M. concepts (science, technology, engineering, art & math).
Carousel Room: Young children can take a sign on an authentic Dentzel Carousel. Shop ’til you drop in the Mini Market and climb aboard Buster the Bus.
The Caboose: Board a genuine railroad car with history displays.
Science Station: Dig for dinosaur bones in the dig site.
Family Art Center: Unleash your creativity with daily art activities for the entire family.
Kids On Stage: Perform on stage or work magic behind the scenes in this fun theater gallery. Costumes, musical instruments, scripts, special lighting and a microphone are provided.
Pre-school Playpark: Children from birth through five years old will enj
301 South Euclid Street, La Habra, CA 90631
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
Tuesday to Friday 10am – 4pm
Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sunday 1pm – 5pm
Open at 9am on Fridays for CMLH Members
$12 per person (2 years to adult)
$11 La Habra Residents
All children visiting the museum must be accompanied by an adult 18 years of age or older. All adults must be accompanied by a child. Adult individuals requesting to tour the Museum must schedule an appointment with our education staff prior to visiting the Museum. Please call (562) 383-4236.
05/14/2021 We are open. In order to maintain a safe number of visitors in the Museum and not exceed our maximum capacity, on-line Reservations are required.
Hours may change so please check before your visit.