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Because of Your Generosity

The Children's Museum at La Habra positively impacts the lives of so many.
Over 90,000 children visit the Museum each year, igniting their desire to learn about the world and discover their own unique talents.
Donate Today!


Chipping in for Kids

Golf Classic

May 13, 2024

Gourmet Guys and Gals

November 3, 2024


301 S Euclid Street
La Habra, CA 90631

Phone & Email

(562) 383-4242

Museum Hours

Tues – Fri 10am-4pm
Sat 10am-5pm
Sun 1-5pm
Member Fridays Open 9am

2024 Chipping for Kids Golf Classic

Presented by Baker Commodities

May 13, 2024

Our Mission & Vision

It is our mission to encourage enthusiasm about learning in a hands-on environment that opens the world to even the youngest child.

We know how important play is to learning. Through play, children develop skills, express creativity, discover the larger world and learn to work with others. A resource in the Southern California community since 1977, The Children’s Museum at La Habra is an award winning, non-profit public museum that provides unique, hands-on educational and cultural experiences to young children ages 2 to 8.

Sponsorship Opportunities

You can support a great cause while having fun by sponsoring our Chipping in the Kids golf tournament or our Gourmet Guys and Gals competition. We have several packages to fit the donation resources of any individual, corporation, or community service group of all sizes. Learn more by clicking on the Sponsorship Package button below or by e-mailing us at info@fcmlh.org 

Gourmet Guys and Gals

Golf Tournament

Get in Touch

We appreciate the support you give to enable us to do our great work! To reach our president, please email him at Jimmy@FCMLH.org

Jimmy Andreoli II
Interim Executive Director/President of the Board



What Our Community is Saying

A number of years ago the Museum  was fortunate to host a Hmong exhibit, created  by the Madison, Wisconsin Children’s Museum.  The Hmong exhibit featured examples of their life in Laos and other southeast asian countries.  Many Hmong people visited this exhibit and one elderly gentleman explained its significance.  The exhibit depicted  village life, their agriculture and the story-cloths they would embroider…”


“The children’s museum has been a big part of our family’s lives. My husband grew up in Whittier and remembers many visits to the museum as a child. When we move to the area in 2011, we became frequent visitors as well. My boys have enjoyed the rotating exhibits, sang many a song on stage in the dress up room, dug for a lot of dino bones, and ridden the carousel endlessly…”
Kristina Rodriguez

“My daughter in law worked there for many years. All 4 of my grandchildren spent a lot of great times there. Both my daughters 2 boys and my sons daughter and son. Breakfast’s with Santa, birthday parties there and just spending an afternoon there, then having a picnic lunch. Plenty of fun had.”
Rosmarie Morlet