Family Adventure – The Junior Museum & Zoo in Palo Alto

We were looking for a kid friendly place last weekend to take our toddler to that would be a fun out door/indoor learning adventure plus it was such a beautiful sunny day outside that we wanted to take advantage. I was looking online and I found this place that combined both elements The Junior Museum and Zoo in Palo Alto. It shines as a community gem and strives to engage a child’s curiosity in science and nature. Admission is Free but donations are more than welcomed to help the Museum continue to provide this adventure for the community.

We went on a Sunny Sunday around 2:30pm and it was pretty packed so if you want to go with a smaller crowd I would suggest going during the week in the morning time.

They also have a Large playground in the back of the Museum that you can take the kids to for snack or lunch time and play.

Palo Alto Junior Museum & Zoo

1451 Middlefield Rd
Palo Alto, CA 94301




For additional visitor information, please call the JMZ front desk at
(650) 329-2111.

Junior Museum and Zoo

Wind Power Machine

Akayla with Wind EnergyAkayla learning about Wind Power Energy and Inspecting the Goods.

Akayla putting back Wind Power

“I think it goes here” Akayla

Dad in Bug Hat

Good Dads – Put on the bug costume and play along.

Giant Butterfly Cacoon

I wonder what the size of that butterfly is going to be ? Huge !

Giant Bug

Giant Bugs every where !

Welcome to the

TIme to go out side and get some sun.

Ducks in the Pond

Ducks in the Pond.

Muskrat

This little dude was tired and was about to take his nap.

Dad and Akayla Looking at Edward the Turtle

Where’s Edward ?

Zoo Keeper feeding Edward

There is Edward getting Lunch.

Akayla playing with Bamboo

Time for a little play with the Bamboo.

Suculent

All in all we had a great time at this Museum has a little something for everyone *smiles*.

All the Best and till the Next Family Adventure ” Keep on drawing your Adventure Map”.

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