Recommended for children ages 10 and younger, this hands-on, interactive children’s museum has kids exploring both inside and outside. The outside portion of the museum offers a gardening and water table area and plenty of things to climb, including a helicopter, tractor and giant redwood tree stump. Inside, families will find an art studio filled with crafts; a toddler space with soft play items, a pretend main street, restaurant and train station; a science area where kids can learn through play; and an actual beehive with live bees that flow to the outside. Families could spend about two or three hours here.
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday and Wednesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday and closed Tuesday
Age or Height Restrictions
Recommended for children younger than 10 years old.
Things to Know/Bring
Children under 12 months old are free. All of the family restrooms feature changing tables, as well as complimentary necessities like diapers or a change of clothes in the case of an emergency. Strollers are not permitted in the inside portion of the museum. Sensory-friendly days are offered quarterly at the museum, and headphones, sunglasses and weighted scarves are always available to children at any time.
No food is sold at the museum; however, visitors are welcome to bring outside food and drink and enjoy it at the outdoor picnic area.
Free parking is available.