–The Paso Robles Children’s Museum in downtown Paso Robles opened its doors in 2007. The museum’s historic home was once the volunteer firehouse serving Paso Robles. It is designed to help children learn through play.
Karina’s Creative Corner on the second floor features a new activity each day, so frequent museum visitors can expect to find new arts and crafts activities each visit. Exhibits include Grape Stomp, The Market Area, Firehouse Pizza Kitchen, Newton’s Playhouse, a real working fire engine, the Theater Area, and Hero’s Park. There is also a rotating exhibit that is new each month.
The museum is available for private parties and groups. Upcoming events include Art Empowers on December 18th.
The Children’s Museum is a member of Museums for All, which encourages families of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly and build lifelong museum habits. Simply show your valid EBT card and ID when checking in for a discounted rate.
During the month of December, a family purchasing a one-year membership receives another month free.
The museum is located at 623 13th Street in Paso Robles. Open Fri-Mon 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is: Kids ages 1-13, $8 / Adults $7 and Grandparents (65+) $5. For more information about activities and special events visit pasokids.org or call (805) 238-7432.