The Children's Creativity Museum (formerly Zeum) opened its doors in October 1998 on the rooftop of Yerba Buena Gardens in downtown San Francisco as part of a major 87-acre urban renewal project by the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency. Its unique facility includes premier technology studios, interactive activity stations, exhibit galleries, community exhibit space, a 200-seat theater and the Children's Creativity Carousel.  On October 15, 2011 the Children's Creativity Museum celebrated the launch of it's new name and expanded its offerings for children ages 3-12.

 The museum serves youth and families through museum-based multimedia arts and technology programs and experiences. No two visits are the same. Kids become the producers of their own clay animations, star in their own music video, and more. Their Education team is available to coach visitors throughout the creative process, and encourage them to imagine, create and share together.

The Children's Creativity Museum is a non-profit organization with the mission to nurture the 3Cs of 21st century skills -- Creativity, Collaboration and Communication -- in all youth and families.