A sprawling play place for kids, & Cha Cha Chicken for food
Location: CA-Los Angeles
Story Date: 8/9/2019
Publisher: Los Angeles Times
Author: Andre Vergara
Bless the children. They’re too young to understand what a trip to the Third Street Promenade in the middle of summer means. Too young to know about traffic, tourist traps and six-level parking garages. Bless them for being able to make the trip to the Westside without losing their minds. Their reward is the Cayton Children’s Museum, which recently relocated from downtown L.A. to the Promenade. If “museum” sounds boring, don’t worry — it’s actually a sprawling play place. At $14 a person, it’s not cheap, and admission lasts just two hours. But for our purposes, that’s perfect — we’re halfway to four fun hours in Santa Monica.
Place Category: Attraction and Food & Drink
Story Category: Suggested Itinerary and New Places