Join Celebration Education at The Homestead Museum in the City of Industry for a special children's program called "Ain't We Got Fun!" and a wonderful tour of the museum's historic houses.
The “Ain't We Got Fun” program introduces children ages 2-12 to the history of the 1840s, 1870s, and 1920s by focusing on what children would have done for fun during these decades. The program includes a visit to the museum’s historic houses with a focus on popular forms of entertainment, an 1870s game, and a craft.
The Homestead Museum is a unique place to explore the history of the Los Angeles region from 1830 to 1930 in hopes of better understanding the past and people's ability to shape history. The six-acre site features the Workman House, an 1870s country home constructed around an 1840s adobe built by William and Nicolasa Workman; La Casa Nueva, a 1920s Spanish Colonial Revival mansion noted for its architectural crafts, built by the Workmans' grandson Walter Temple and his wife, Laura; and El Campo Santo, one of the region's oldest private cemeteries, containing the remains of Pío Pico, the last governor of Mexican California, and many other prominent pioneer families. http://www.homesteadmuseum.org/