Los Angeles has a wealth of amazing kid-friendly museums that contain interactive exhibits, cool experiments, live animals, and spectacular play spaces.
The Aquarium of the Pacific is more than an aquarium. It is also the site of a variety of festivals and special programs held throughout the year. Daily, though, families will find more than 11,000 animal exhibits which represent about 500 different species, with many opportunities for kids to get up close and personal to a variety of marine life.
The Griffith Park Zoo opened in 1912 with just fifteen animals, a few miles from the current Zoo site. Today, you’ll find more than 1,000 mammals, birds, amphibians, and reptiles (representing more than 250 species) on more than 100 acres at the L.A. Zoo.
We hope you get a chance to visit each of these 15 Car Museums and collections, located in Los Angeles and all over Southern California. They all offer something a little different, and if you and your family are into Car Culture, we’re sure you’ll love them.
If you or your child is at all into cars, then make sure and visit the The Petersen Automative Museum; it’s like Disneyland for car enthusiasts.
Families visiting the Zimmer Children’s Museum in Los Angeles will find so much to do and explore, from interactive exhibits to daily and weekly family programs. Our Guide to the Zimmer Children’s Museum has all the information you need to have a fun visit.
The USS Battleship Iowa, located in San Pedro harbor, is a unique Museum experience in Los Angeles, appropriate for families with kids of all ages.
The Marciano Art Foundation is LA’s newest art museum, located in what was once the Scottish Rite Masonic Temple on Wilshire Blvd. Maurice and Paul Marciano, the founders of GUESS?, who have been collecting art for years, decided to share their collection with the public at this fascinating and historic building
Kidseum at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana is a one-of-a-kind magical space that takes you and your family all around the world. The Kidseum has interactive exhibits on world culture and art for “igniting imagination through exploration.”
Families visiting Travel Town Museum in Griffith Park will find so much to do and explore including a collection of locomotives and passenger cars dating back to the 1800s. Our Guide to Travel Town has all the information you need to have a fun visit.