A perfect way to spend a rainy day. Tons of fun hands-on creative activities for kids. Our favorites are the clay and paper animation labs and the mystery box challenge. Another popular activity (always s long wait) is the music studio for dressing up and fraying your own music video.
Went for an expo for the Future Project and got to meet George Watsky. It was a blast
The carousel was carved in 1906 and was installed at San Francisco's Playland for many years. It was lovingly restored and installed at Yerba Buena Gardens in 1998. Kids, antique lovers and fans if Americana will enjoy this spot. A must-do if you're visiting the nextdoor Children's Creativity Museum!
This place was good, not great. Kids were entertained which I guess is the point.... But it seemed to be mostly full of things they have at home... train table, crafts and dress ups. If I had to choose I would much prefer a return trip to the Bay Area Discovery museum. The carousel was nice but you have to pay a few dollars extra.
The Children's Creative Carousel is 107 years old and for over 50 years, it was a main attraction @ the SF amusement park, Play land @ the Beach. It was restored and moved many times and finally bought by the city in 1998 and installed @ the Children's Creativity Museum in the Yerba Buena Gardens.