California Science Center
California Science Center Review
You're bound to see excited kids running up to the dozens of interactive exhibits here that illustrate the relevance of science to everyday life. Clustered in different "worlds," this center keeps them busy for hours. They can design their own building and learn how to make it earthquake-proof, or watch Tess, the 50-foot animatronic star of the exhibit "Body Works," dramatically demonstrate how the body's organs work together. Air and Space Exhibits show what it takes to go to outer space with Gemini 11, a real capsule flown into space by Pete Conrad and Dick Gordon in 1966. The museum is also home to NASA's Space Shuttle Endeavor. A timed ticket is needed to visit the massive spacecraft. An IMAX theater shows large-format releases.
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