The ImagineU Children’s Museum was founded in August 2002. Since then, the museum has provided a learning center of possibilities and promise, a family place where children and parents can learn about themselves, each other and the world we live in through explorations, interactions, role-play and direct experiences.
The Museum began as the concept of our founder Angela Huerta, and has grown into a fully functioning learning center because of the interest, talents, and dedication of people in our community. Through the generosity of Giant Chevrolet, the Museum has had a temporary home since 2002, and we finally moved into our permanent, purpose-built new facility in November 2015.
ImagineU Children’s Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Our mission is to inspire children through interactive educational experiences by providing multicultural, hands-on learning through the sciences, environmental conservation, and the arts. By empowering children and their families in a fun environment, we can transform lives and enhance our community.
"It's a special place where children can let their Imagination soar!"
— Katy Young, Director