Children’s Museums

On a rainy day (and there are a lot of those in Portland, OR) Austin and his friends love to visit the Portland Children’s Museum. He even had his first birthday party there.

Last weekend in Monterey, CA, we discovered the My Museum where the kids were totally having fun.

As a kid, Austin’s Mommy enjoyed the Children’s Museum in San Jose, CA.

All of these children’s museums are just awesome places to explore! While on the internet I stumbled on the My for the Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley in Bryan, TX. It has some very interesting activities as well.

Co-worker Leslie says her grandson absolutely loves the Discovery Science Center in Santa Ana, CA. Check that one out, too!

Found a Told U So blog entry for the Children’s Museum in La Habra. That traveling exhibit of “Ring of Fire” (through June 14) looks fun, too! The blog has LOTS of ideas on it, as well!

The Tucson Children’s Museum has several fun exhibits. Here are some pointers.

At the Carson City, Nevada Children’s Museum there are lots of interesting programs going on as well as the on-going exhibits.

2 Responses to Children’s Museums

  1. […] Children’s Museum at La Habra – Free Saturday The first Saturday of every month is a free day at the Children’s Museum in La Habra, thanks to funding from Target. Ring of Fire is the theme from the current exhibit (through June 14th) about volcanoes, earthquakes and other causes of earth movement. They are open 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday. For more info check out or call 562-905-9793. I also have more info on an earlier blog here. […]

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