LET’S PLAY

We’re in the era of experiences! Southern California Children’s Museum provides play-based activities designed to foster excitement and spark a real sense of wonder. This isn’t a park. It’s much more than the zoo. Whether interacting with a fire engine, getting a little dirty in a construction zone, or experiencing what it’s like to perform at the Hollywood Bowl—SCCM exhibits are here to create more for kids who, let’s face it, deserve more. Read More About SCCM

BECOME A BIG PART OF SOMETHING HUGE

It takes a village, and we’re currently looking (and grateful) for more villagers who are passionate about creating something bigger for their families. Help us fill the void in arts, culture, and nature for our children with a 501c3 tax-deductible donation. Our best ideas are yet to come: A donation to SCCM means more quality events and out of the box activities, and it brings us one step closer to unveiling permanent exhibits.  

News & Events

  • JANUARY FEATURED ARTIST

    Oliver Jeffers is a visual artist and author best known for his whimsical illustrations in The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt. His storytelling is full of humor and curiosity, and you can experience his books for yourself during …

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  • MSMU at SCCM

    We’ve partnered with Mount Saint Mary’s University (MSMU) once again! The Fall Semester Exhibition Design Class at MSMU focuses on students learning about early childhood development, and then applying that knowledge to the design and execution of a small, temporary …

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  • BLACK FRIDAY SALE!

    This Black Friday and Cyber Monday, we’re offering a deal like never before! In honor of our 5th birthday, we will have a special $55 play pass good for UNLIMITED admissions through the end of the year (up to 5 …

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  • NEW AFTERNOON PLAY PACKAGES

    Are you part of a playgroup, Mom Tribe, Stay-At-Home parent group or homeschool circle? Or maybe you and your group of friends just need a place for your kiddos to burn off energy in the afternoon! Whatever your village looks …

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