The Discovery Science Foundation which supports both this and OC campuses in helping to “inspire, educate, and impact” through the core initiatives of: STEM proficiency, Early Learning, Healthy Living, and Environmental Stewardship.  The only way to give you an idea of how BIG it feels is to show you:

HOURS :

10am to 5pm

ADDRESS:

11800 Foothill Blvd. Los Angeles. Ca. 91342

PRICES :

Alittle tip it is cheaper If you get your tickets online or you can tell them the price online and they will price match it

Free Ticket Promo*

(1) Free Child’s Admission with Every Paid Adult Use Promo Code HOTWHEELSMAR19LA Discount Valid thru Jan 26, 2019 – March 17, 2019 Promo code valid only at Discovery Cube LA Cannot be combined with other discounts 1 Free Child per 1 Full price adult Free Child Ticket has no value and cannot be exchanged Cannot Be used for Group Reservations Can Only be used up to 6 times in a transaction If redeeming onsite, promo code must be presented to redeem


EXIBITS :

Theres a Gift shop and Bean Sprouts is the in-house restaurant which is kid-friendly with a special low counter for the kids to order healthy food for themselves. They say their menu “caters to families with special dietary choices and challenges” which is pretty awesome. And adults will like the fun art and puns sprinkled throughout the restaurant and menu.




Exibits :


Tornado whirl with fog, Santa Ana Winds and Rock climbing wall.


Planetary Research Station


Los Angeles River


Race to Waste, Dumptruck and Game - teaches recycling and more.


Discovery Market, shop and find items then go to the check out.



Helicopter Tours (Movie) - about 5-10 min long



Aquavator


Inspector Training Course -

(with computer tablets) so kids can go around and rate the resource efficiency and sustainability of the household



UPSTAIRS:


LA KINGS HOCKEY Science Exhibit - you can hit hockey pucks or play goalie or sit in a imitation locker room



HOT WHEELS: RACE TO WIN!

It’s time for roaring engines and real fast racing in Los Angeles.

Be part of a dynamic race team working together to build and test the world’s fastest (and safest) speed machines, using Hot Wheels® diecast cars to experiment and play.

Experience life in the fast lane! Experience the thrill of high-speed racing!Test your skills! Design the fastest turbocharged race machine for track conditionsRev up your knowledge! Discover the science, technology, engineering, and math that goes into high-speed racingFinish a champion! Race down custom-made Hot Wheels® track with real Hot Wheels® carsPose for a victory photo in the Winner’s Circle!

Buckle up and make a date to experience Hot Wheels: Race to Win!




4-D theater where I saw a short animated version of The Lost World where kids learn about dinosaurs by experiencing them in the story. It brings out the message of being a “natural learner.” The littlest of kids might be frightened by the dark theater and loud dinosaurs jumping out. It was a lot of action with a happy ending.


TEACHERS: This place is set up as a resource for you! Make sure you research the website to see what they can offer you. A big part of their mission is taking science out into the local community.


FAQ:

  • Parking is free

  • 2 restrooms near the front of the museum, 1 at the back and another upstairs. The restrooms have lower wash basins and a few child-size toilets. There is also a “Family Care Center” behind the Early Learners zone and family restroom options.

  • There are drinking fountains and also stations to refill water bottles.



Oh, the location is beautiful and relatively wild! Just asking to be explored with trails, bike paths, and playgrounds.It might be hard to get the kids inside once they see the massive universally accessible playground right outside the fence. The playground has ramps on the equipment and restrooms – with a toddler area, 2-5 year old play equipment and a 5-12 year old play structure.



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