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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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Great place to learn a lot of science and see a Space Shuttle.
Just seeing that was worth it.
There are a lot of exhibits here so take your time and take it all in.
By the way, kids love this place so it's a...More
My husband and I went to see the King Tut exhibit. It was so worth it. Things that have never been out of Egypt were on view. I was amazed at the detail and loved all the information that was given about what all the...More
We booked for both the King Tutankum exhibition and the Space Shuttle Endeavour.
The King Tut exhibition was just amazing. Very well presented and very educational. I really liked that the numbers going in where controlled so everyone got a good look and opportunity to...More
This is not the first Tut exhibit I’ve seen, but it’s certainly the best. I came away with not only information about what the tomb contained, but who located it and how. The multi-media approach works for me! We chose the Treasures of Egypt IMAX...More
The museum is amazing. It's so cool to see a real live Space Shuttle inside the museum. I've been the museum three times and they keep bringing back amazing exhibitions to keep me coming back. The first time was Pompeii, the 2nd time to bring...More
Yes, they do not have every piece of the tut tomb. But if you do your research you will know what to expect. These pieces are so amazing and such beautiful priceless pieces of history. To move such amazing artifacts is a feat all alone....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.