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Since opening in 1990, Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose has become one of largest and most respected museums of its kind in the nation. With interactive exhibits and programs encompassing science, humanities, performing arts, and health and...more
All reviews water area water play change of clothes fire truck bubble room corn husk all ages art room water works craft activities wonderful place for children face painting hands on activities older kids big hit family membership light rail
It is a must visit place with your 1-9y/o. Could get crowded on weekends. Great place to escape hot temperatures outside or for a rainy weather. If you planning to go to water play with your todddler bring a change of clothes and crocs.
This place is an absolute must-visit in the bay area for kids. We went there with our 2 year old and spent over 4 hours and there was still more to see. He had a great time. The water area and the train ride outside...More
We recently visited & my nearly 3 year old son had a ball. He especially loved the water area
I was not aware this was a station & luckily I had an extra chabge of clothes because he was wet from he head to toe,...More
Every Time we go with the family everybody has a lot of fun. At the end of our visit there we never know who enjoyed it the most ....was it the grown-ups or our kids? always a lot of things to do and see!
I would say this is a fun place if your kid is < 8 years old. Older kids might find the place boring, but my 6 year old loved it.
He loved the water works and bubble area and the outdoor park.
Bring a change...More
Touch everything! That's what will make sure that your kids have a great time here. They set it up well. There is a LOT to see and do and touching is not only ok, but it's almost mandatory. And it's not just for kids. My...More
Fun interactive exhibits for younger children. Wet play is a highlight - really fun, plastic bibs don't provide 100% protection so change of clothes is advisable. Bubbles, building, craft activities, nature - all are covered! For kids 7+ the tech museum is probably more appropriate.
I checked with our friend that is on staff at the Discovery Museum, she said many special needs children visit every week and they alway try to accommodate any reasonable request for these kids. Do contact the museum... More
I checked with our friend that is on staff at the Discovery Museum, she said many special needs children visit every week and they alway try to accommodate any reasonable request for these kids. Do contact the museum, sometimes they have events that would a real treat for your daughter.