Children’s Museum at La Habra
As of October 2020, the museum is open and has limited operating hours with required on-line reservations. Strict cleaning protocols and limited attendance are in place.
Modified Operating Hours:
Wednesday – Friday, 10am-12pm
Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday: Temporarily Closed until further notice
Admission Prices (Temporary discounted rates)
$10 per person 2 years and older
$9 La Habra Residents
$8 Military with ID
$8 First Responders with ID
$7 Seniors over 65 years
ON-LINE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED for general public and CMLH Members
American Native: First Nations Tales
Sept 23, 2020 – Aug 22, 2021
Explores the stories of fifteen tribes from four regions of the United States. Little visitors can put on a pair of moccasins and enter a Plains teepee to hear the Cheyenne tale of Quill Worker, then pat the travois-pulling dog and ride the war horse. In the Pacific North West, they can sit in a Makah style canoe, touch a ‘totem pole’ and listen to the story of Clamshell Boy inside a redwood lodge. Visitors can play Tongva games and musical instruments in the California area, and watch a video of Acjachemen storyteller Jacque Nunez explaining why there are earthquakes when the Turtle Brothers move. Kids can play lacrosse, pat a moose and enter a birchbark wigwam before reading the tale of Little Firefly in the North East. Tribal stories are a great way to explore the original American cultures in a fun, immersive environment.
Saturdays are now available for you and your guests to enjoy the Museum all to yourselves! Various packages are available that include two hours private play time in the Museum for you and your guests, an outdoor space with tables and chairs. Call for reservations.
301 S. Euclid St., La Habra