Kidspace Children’s Museum is a great place to take the family for an fun, interactive and intellectual experience.
Their beautiful 3.5 acre campus near the historic Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California eatures more than 40 hands-on exhibits for children ages 1-10.
There is a mix of outdoor and indoor space where children can engage in a variety of activities from climbing into a giant hawk’s nest; splashing and playing in naturalistic water features; explore a giant ant tunnel; interacting with rockets and giant levers.
My family and I had a great time exploring the museum. My kids loved the giant ant tunnel the most.
The only frustrating part was trying to get food from their in-house cafe. The process was very slow and the line was not moving fast enough even though it seemed like they had a lot of people working in the kitchen. The food was not fast food but rather healthy choices and prices were OK. I would try to order ahead or go between peak meal times.
Kidspace Children’s Museum is also part of the Association of Science Technology Centers (ASTC) Travel Passport Program. Since we had membership at another participating centre, we did not have to pay admission.
Here are some more photos from our visit.
Kidspace Children’s Museum is located at 480 N Arroyo Blvd, Pasadena, CA.