The Zimmer Museum: Educational Fun For Even The Youngest In Your Family
By Deb Flomberg
Finding educational and entertaining places to visit with the whole family can be a challenge. But those that are willing to look a bit harder can find a wealth of truly fantastic options perfect for even the youngest members of the family. The Zimmer Museum is two floors of the Jewish Federation Goldsmith Center in Los Angeles, and it is filled with lots of great interactive exhibits and programs for everyone.
When you step into the Zimmer Museum, you’ll find several different ways to learn and explore. Stop in the Mann Theatre to watch your kids play and stage their own show, or visit the Rhythms of the World exhibit to play with instruments from all over the world. Try your hand at flying at Discovery Airport or learn about philanthropy at the Giran Tzedakah Pinball. The museum continues with the Mark Taper Foundation Aid and Rescue Center and Main Street, where your kids can shop, read and play together. Then stop for some different culinary treats at the Blue Bagel Cafe or build a futuristic world at the Construction Zone.
In addition to all the fun interactive exhibits, the Zimmer Museum also has all sorts of fun programs every single day. From story time and open art studio time to arts and crafts ideas, there are lots of fun ways to learn and express yourself. There are even programs in dance and music. Kids can even opt to play with bubbles and just have a silly, fun time. No matter what you choose to enjoy, there is something that every child will adore.
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Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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