Starting the Year with Kid's Exploration
Los Angeles may be the home and hot spot for all things dealing with Hollywood, film, celebrities and world-class shopping destinations, but one thing that Los Angeles is well-known for is its multitude of activities that are all kid focused. This year, we are going to share some of our favorite destinations to check out for those that have kids in the area, or if they are coming here to travel. You will be able to get a more in-depth look in to many of these in video as well very soon. Be sure to follow along and stay up to date on all the fun places that we will be sharing.
One thing that kids love to do is to explore and discover, so for this week’s roundup we decided to share 3 fun stops for kids’ discover and exploration: These are in no particular order:
The Kidspace Museum in Pasadena: Even though it may not be directly in the city of Los Angeles, this stop is definitely worth the drive. Kids will get to explore acres of exhibits and opportunities to learn and explore. Many attractions are hands-on to let those little fingers and minds get put to learning and engaging.
Pretend City: If you head a little further south into Irvine, there is a wonderful location that is set up for kids to explore all aspects of imaginative play. Pretend city is set up just like a little town with all the roles that you could imagine. Kids are able to dress up and play in any capacity they can dream up.
The California Science Center: If there is one thing that can always be counted on, that is that children love science. The California Science Center has so much to offer for kids and parents alike. Visitors can see and experience a full space shuttle as the Endeavor is on exhibit for kids and parents to see. There are many experiment stations where kids can learn about all different aspects of science first hand, and classes and activities to participate in.
Los Angeles has so much to offer and for those ready to explore there is something new and interesting to discover all year round.
What are some of your favorite museums and fun things for kids to see and learn?