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Space Shuttle Endeavour on display in the California Science Center's Samuel Oschin Pavilion. Please reserve your passes online or by phone. Explore over 100 permanent interactive science exhibits spanning several galleries. Admission to permanent...more
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We got a NASA cup & NASA pink puffer jacket & other ornaments too to travel back to New Zealand. This place is huge. So much to see so much to learn! We especially came here from New Zealand to see the space shuttle. Entry...More
The King Tut exhibit featuring gold is a show stopper with almost 40% of the items never before circulated outside of Egypt (and many of which I never saw during 4 years in Cairo). The rest of the museum features interactive displays, such as the...More
We visited when the Center opened on a Monday morning. Lots of parking was available, with a very manageable number of visitors going through the exhibit. Marvelous exhibit.
Pro tip: hold on to every scrap of paper associated with your tickets. We were asked for...More
Original exhibit from Egypt only in LA until January, then to Philadelphia. Original artifacts - only $24. When done enjoy the rest of the science center. There is a lot to do and see, it is a very large complex.
They are both on exhibit at the Los Angeles Science Center... Saw both and really enjoyed it. I was truely impressed with the skill and craftmanship shown on the pieces of art at the tut exhibit...the intricacy and beauty of these artifacts gives a tantalizing...More
The venue is beside the iconic LA Coliseum so we did a walk by coming from the Metro. There is a Blackbird on the outside and you can see some items at no charge. Take the metro if staying downtown, day pass for $10 gets...More
King Tut review.
As far as the center goes it’s a little run down looking but it serves it purpose. The parking at $12 is not bad . Easy to get in and out of the parking garage. Enjoyed the spaceship exhibit and also the...More
A must when at the california science centre wow $3 only to see history!
Very moving to see. Lots of stuff to read on the history and has a gift shop to buy a souvenir. Outside is the external tank
It is certainly huge.
We didn't know what to expect here, but it turned out to be a nice trip. It is for a younger crowd than the three of us, but we all found a little bit of fun and learned a few things. I would recommend this...More
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When TUT first visited the US the mask was in the mix of all things tomb. But now--not in the display. If you are intent on seeing the mask--wait a while. A new museum is being built to hold all things Tut and when it opens... More
When TUT first visited the US the mask was in the mix of all things tomb. But now--not in the display. If you are intent on seeing the mask--wait a while. A new museum is being built to hold all things Tut and when it opens then I would go.
I saw the mask in SFO when the exhibit was touring. The display alone was awesome. Later I view the mask in Cairo. One armed guard in a small room. A single bare light bulb lighting the golden wonder. Not another soul around. And a bitter disappointment that such a priceless gem could be shown as a afterthought.