The landmark that best illustrates this town's wholesome character is the La Habra Children's Museum, a downtown favorite for local families. The museum, located in a historic train depot that was built in 1923, features interactive exhibits that teach kids about the basics of science, history, and culture in a way that makes learning fun. Entering the museum, you'll see a garden of dinosaur-shaped shrubs and hedges next to an authentic 1942 caboose, where they feature rotating exhibits. Kids will also love the Family Art Center, which is always stocked with painting materials, paper and glitter.
La Habra has a lot of outdoor activities to entertain families, too, with plenty of local parks to enjoy. If you rent a home in the southwest part of La Habra, you can easily take a stroll through Guadalupe Park, a nearly five-acre stretch of park that includes a playground and an exercise course. Paved bike trails and picnic facilities make it a great spot for weekend family outings. There's also a boxing club in the on-site Guadalupe Hall, and garden of native California plants.
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