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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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This is a great science center. Much bigger then the other ones that I have visited. There are a lot of exhibits divided into many areas over several floors. My favorite exhibit was the shuttle Endeavour. You can get up close and take some great...More
Went prior to a Rams game and wasn't expecting much because of no admission. Boy was I wrong. What a great center especially the Space Shuttle Endeavor and its' exhibits. Simply awesome! The ecosystem area was also very informative and also fun to take in...More
There are many things you could do said my 9 year old son. We've been going here for years even before the Space Shuttle Endeavor was placed on exhibit. There are lots of exhibits in disrepair the last time we were there but kids don't...More
Great exposition with several attractions. The cherry on the top is the space shuttle Endeavor. While here, you can also visit other museums and expositions. Parking quite expensive ($12), I found on-street parking for $1,5/hour, but maximum parking was two hours and it was approx....More
We drove to LA just to see the King Tut exhibit at the Science Center and it was well worth the trip. Unless you plan on going to Egypt, this is a once in a life time chance to see these artifacts, as they will...More
We went to the science center today with our 4 children (12, 10, 8 and 4). We were impressed with the extent and diversity of the displays and the children loved the many interactive displays. Very educational and fun. Fascinating to see the endeavor spaceship...More
We went to see the King Tut exhibit. The objects themselves were fascinating, but as with all of the exhibits I have been to see at this museum the exhibition itself was poorly done. After looking at an artifact and wondering about it, one turns...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.