Cayton Children’s Museum

At the Cayton, we have a bold, ambitious, and achievable mission: To create a future where young people are nurtured at every age to become compassionate, confident human beings with the power to shape their lives and a desire to make the world a better place. Through discovery-based learning, arts education and values-based exploration, we are helping young people understand complicated ideas and generate their own ideas, nurturing their moral compass, and encouraging them to think critically and to be responsible, engaged citizens. The first museum of its kind in Los Angeles, the Cayton Children’s Museum offers 21,000 square feet of discovery-based exhibits and immersive play for children ages 0-10. With robust public programs, workshops, classes, camps, and arts & cultural activities offered seven days a week, the museum is designed around core universal values, giving children, youth and families a unique space to practice being their best selves.

Location

395 Santa Monica Place, Suite 374,
Santa Monica, CA, 90401

Contact

424-416-8320
Website

Opening Hours

Mon–Sat 9 am–5 pm
Sun 10 am–5 pm

Open Days

Every day

Region

Beach Cities / LAX, Westside

Type

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Features

Accessible by public transit, Accessibility options, Admission discounts, Family-friendly, Great for kids, Indoor, Parking: On-site, Parking: Paid

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