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Stockton Children's Museum

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Stockton Children's Museum
402 West Weber Avenue
StocktonCA 95203
(209) 465-4386

Ages: 0 and up

Cost: $5 per person | Free for under 2

Parking: Yes - ample

Features: Outside Food Allowed, Picnic Area, Family Friendly, Restrooms

Imaginative children will beg to stay longer -- and even longer still! -- at the Stockton Children's Museum.  Climbing, exploring and hands-on play is entirely encouraged throughout this 22,000 square foot facility.  Play areas include a bank, post office, doctor office and grocery store; a firetruck, police car, ambulance and helicopter; art studio for painting and creating; and a news desk where children can be the star of their own broadcast.

Pack a lunch and picnic outside at the playground, then return inside for more kid-centric fun!

Hours of operation:  Friday, 9am-4pm; Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday, 12-5pm.



Hosting a party for up to 20 children?  Have it at the Stockton Children's Museum!  Three birthday party packages are available, some of which include cake, drinks and pizza, for a completely effortless party experience.  T-shirt for the birthday child is always included.


Seasonal day camps are offered for curious 5-12 year olds.  The camp sessions are week-long adventures, Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm.  Cost is $114 per week.  Call the museum to reserve a space.


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Reviewed on 03/26/2012

Worth the drive from Modesto, Turlock, etc. and the $5 per person admission fee. My just turned 2 year old loved the place. She was running from area to area sitting in a donated helicopter, police car, fire truck, city bus, mock supermarket, mock veterinary clinic, etc.

I recommend taking your kids to poop them out for a great nap, run off some energy, and get some hands on experiences.

I did not see a snack bar so make sure to bring your own sacks and drinks.

I gave this facility 4/5 stars because of the area. When my family pulled up there was a homeless man urinating near the exit door and another homeless man asking for money. I wouldn't go in the evenings for my safety.

Stockton Children's Museum

ms vikki

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Reviewed on 11/08/2010

Loved it! Had to drag my kids out because I was tired. They would have continued to closing if I'd let them. They really liked the store and the firetruck.

Stockton Children's Museum