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Museums

Discovery Cube Orange County & Los Angeles

Santa Ana & Los Angeles – Discovery Cube is Southern California’s #1 children’s science museum. The Discovery Cube is filled with hands-on science exhibits and STEM activities in themed areas such as, Boeing Rocket Lab, Science of Hockey, Eco Challenge, Inspector Training Course, Healthy Kitchen, Aerial Helicopter Tours and lots more. Read More

Pretend City Children’s Museum

Irvine – Pretend City Museum provides children with access to a city that’s all their own! They can run a UPS Store, grocery shop at Trader Joes, play dentist and doctor at a medical center, fish and race boats, change spark plugs on a race car, run a restaurant, work on a farm, rescue a house on fire and lots more. Read More

Automobile Driving Museum

El Segundo – See a collection 130+ vintage, antique and muscle cars. Kids can participate in a scavenger hunt, and visit the kids area and 1950s themed ice cream parlor. Read More

Autry Museum of the American West

Los Angeles – Located in Griffith Park, the Autry offers an array of exhibits sharing the stories of the American West. Kids can checkout Autry Detective Kits to solve a case and act out and film their own cinematic visions of the American West using props on a themed set. Read More

Balboa Island Museum

Balboa Island – The Balboa Island Museum has an array of exhibits related to the history of Newport Beach and Balboa Island. Visit the interactive children’s zone and ask about their Kids Scavenger Hunt. Free admission daily. Read More

California African American Museum

Los Angeles – The California African American Museum highlights art, history, and culture of African Americans with an emphasis on under-represented artists. Special events for children and family programs are offered throughout the year. Admission is free. Read More

California Science Center

Los Angeles – Explore science through interactive exhibits, live demonstrations and innovative programs. Free admission to all permanent exhibits (excluding IMAX and special exhibits). Read More

Cayton Children’s Museum

Santa Monica – 21,000 square-feet of discovery-based exhibits, art studios, a theater, private rooms for celebrations, and a calendar of arts and cultural programming all year-long. Read More

Children’s Museum at La Habra

La Habra – As of October 2020, the museum is open and has very limited operating hours with required on-line reservations. Visit their newest exhibit, American Native: First Nations Tales. Read More

Donut Life Museum

Westminster – An interactive pop-up experience where guests can have fun with one-of-a-kind donut installations and multi-sensory immersive rooms. Read More

Getty Center & Getty Villa Museum

Los Angeles – The Getty Center showcases medieval to modern art with a birds-eye view of Los Angeles. The Getty Villa Museum displays Greek and Roman antiquities in a recreated Roman country house. Read More

Hammer Museum

Los Angeles – Experience exhibitions of contemporary and historical art. Hammer kids and family programs offer hands-on art workshops, drop-in programs, annual family festival, and more for the whole family. Read More

Homestead Museum

City of Industry – Located in the heart of a former Mexican rancho, the site offers two historic houses, gardens and one of the oldest private cemeteries in Southern California. Read More

International Printing Museum

Carson – Experience history of the printed word and letterpress through working tours, demonstrations, theatre presentations and family-friendly events throughout the year. Read More

Laguna Art Museum

Laguna Beach – Tour the current exhibitions and join them for drop-in art-making in the education space: LAM+LAB, a space for exploration and play for all ages. Read More

Los Angeles County Fire Museum

Bellflower – See 40+ antique fire engines, steamers, and artifacts dating back to the 1860s. Their large collection of rigs include apparatus from the hand drawn, horse drawn, and early 20th century to the modern era. Read More