Kid Friendly Museums In Palo Alto, CA
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The Hayward Area Historical Society connects people, experiences, and stories.
We provide hands-on Family Programs, School Field Trips and Local History programs. Come explore with us!
New Museum Los Gatos (NUMU), formerly The Museums of Los Gatos founded in 1965, is a public non-profit art and history museum located in the Civic Center Plaza in downtown Los Gatos.
Located in the 1910 "Old" Courthouse, the History Museum is an innovative regional history center. Featuring interactive experiences, the long-term exhibits are the place where you can explore the county's rich and colorful history.
Architecturally inspired by the Temple of Amon at Karnak, it houses the largest collection of Egyptian artifacts on exhibit in western North America -- including objects from pre dynastic times through Egypt's early Islamic era.
Discover Fremont's railroad heritage at Niles Depot Model Railroads & Museum. With many local artifacts, railroad displays, and model railroads that recreate the features of the nearby communities, it is a great educational experience.
The Tech Museum of Innovation is a hands-on technology and science museum for people of all ages and backgrounds.
We invite you to visit Filoli, one of the finest remaining country estates of the early 20th century, located just 30 miles south of San Francisco.
Netra Center for Arts and Culture is a unique Arts Center, based in Foster City, San Mateo, that offers best in class training in Painting, Bollywood dance and classical dance.
The award-winning Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose offers over 150 interactive exhibits and programs with broad themes of community, connections and creativity inviting self-directed, open-ended explorations. Visit www.cdm.org.
Now in its second decade, Vivace Youth Chorus of San José welcomes young singers from all areas of the community.
“Eye Level is based on an educational principle where students learn at their own pace. When a teacher understands the learning needs of a student, the teaching are most effective.”
Go behind the scenes in the high-tech world of California’s famed Silicon Valley. See the inside of an ultra-clean, highly automated silicon chip factory & connect with technologies that give us new ways to work, learn, play, and communicate.
The JMZ is a place where children and their caregivers come to explore, discover, create and play. Through hands-on science exhibits and a diverse community of live animals, your child's natural scientist will be nurtured.
The Museum of American Heritage is dedicated to the preservation of inventions and technology created between 1750-1950.
The Los Altos History Museum showcases the rich history of Los Altos and surrounding areas, including the transformation of the agricultural paradise once known as the "Valley of Heart's Delight" into the high-tech Silicon Valley.
Peopleologie brings STEAM/STEM and humanities workshops to you! We're all about people, places, things, lives, culture, and traditional ways of making things by hand.
The Peninsula Museum of Art's mission is to become premier Northern California visual arts destination by showcasing trailblazing regional artists and meeting the needs of the community as an extensive art resource and educational center.
Offers a variety of recreational activities among treasured live oaks and majestic redwoods. Home of Palo Alto’s municipal swimming pool. On the north side of the park is the Lucie Stern Community Center and the Junior Museum and Zoo.
Spend the afternoon at the Computer History Museum’s new state of the art large-scale exhibition. Learn about 2000 years of computing, from ancient times to today’s Internet.
The Cantor Arts Center's diverse collections span continents, cultures, and 5,000 years of art history and include one of the largest presentations of Rodin bronzes outside Paris.
Welcoming and thought-provoking, the Museum rejects stuffiness and delights visitors with its surprising and playful perspective on the art and artists of our time.
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