My Gym for Kids. Children’s Fitness Center. Opened February 2016. Second floor of the Wilshire-Gramercy Plaza Shopping Center, at 3959 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite A211.
Lemon Tree Cafe is a restaurant with a play area for children. The space can be reserved for birthday parties.
Young Art is a Korean-run stationery store inside Koreatown Galleria (Suite #320) selling cute gift items such as toys, iPhone cases, stuffed bears, wall clocks, and backpacks. They occasionally have Angry Birds accessories and Kpop items such as BTS socks. *Item availability is subject to change. *No Hello Kitty. Try next door. Usually open 11:00 am to 8:00 pm, Monday to Sunday.
“ToeToe” offers Kpop, Hiphop, and Ballet-Stretching Classes. Dance lessons for children 3 to 15 years of age. Current schedule includes classes on Thursday 5:00 pm and Saturday 11:00 am. Call beforehand when planning to visit as office hours are not regular. Opened in 2014 on the second floor of the Western Village Square mini-mall on the southwest corner of 3rd & Western.
Korean-owned store that sells products for babies and kids — strollers, toys, car seats, teeth wipes… It’s the local alternative to Babies R Us. I
Country Club Park Heritage Plaza is known for short as Wilton Place Park. It was inaugurated on October 22, 2011, with a free tree giveaway. Located outside Koreatown’s formal borders. This is an unstaffed pocket park. There is a walking path, a sustainably designed play area, and benches. 1015 S. Wilton Place, by Olympic Boulevard.
Opened March 30, 2011. Located on the third level of the shopping mall near the end-store “Red Gate” Furniture. Has diaper-changing stations for babies, nursing areas for mothers, and play areas for toddlers. The family lounge features private nursing areas and diaper-changing stations for families with babies only. Those without babies are not permitted to enter the lounge to respect the privacy of families.