Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose is a cultural institution serving children, families, and schools in the Silicon Valley/San Francisco Bay Area. A member of the Association of Children's Museums and the Association of Science-Technology Centers, Children's Discovery Museum is located in downtown San Jose, California on Woz Way. The street is named after Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computer whose nickname is "Woz." Wozniak was the single largest private donor during the original capital campaign that funded the museum.
The museum opened its doors in 1990, and over 9 million visitors have visited. The museum builds and displays interactive exhibits that responds to early childhood education. The 52,000-square-foot purple building was designed by Mexico City-based architect Ricardo Legorreta, and houses 28,000-square-foot of gallery space as well as a half-acre outdoor nature play space opened in…
Official Website http://www.cdm.org/index.asp?f=1
Phone +1 408 298 5437
Address 180 Woz Way, San Jose, CA 95110, USA
Coordinates 37°19'36.047" N -121°53'30.723" E