We went on a Saturday and it was moderately crowded but not overly so.
For the route arranged today, my favorite is the California Science Center in Los Angeles, but there is the treasure of Endeavour! Endeavour, the space shuttle that promotes the development of all mankind, NASA has stored the Endeavour fuselage that was retired in 2012 for everyone to visit. The California Science Center in Los Angeles is different from the California Science Museum in San Francisco. The science center is free to visit. The treasure of the California Science Center is the alligator, and the treasure of the California Science Center is decommissioned. The space shuttle, Endeavour, is really excited. This space shuttle is a frequent visitor to the space station. The Science Center is free to visit, but you need a US$2 ticket to see Endeavour, but if you buy an IMAX movie ticket, you can visit it for free. IMAX shows some popular science movies all the year round. It takes about 45 minutes for one session and US$8.25. At $12, it is not expensive compared to the domestic IMAX fare. The parking lot at the entrance of the Science Museum is very large, the sun is still so hot in mid-October, and the parking fee is 10 dollars a time. The iconic building of the California Science Center, this issue focuses on space travel posters. Many small dolls are aerospace themed, the price is a bit expensive, and the workmanship is average. Entering the Science Museum, you will see a real F-20 fighter plane and a real-scale humpback whale model at the top of the hall, very handsome. The simulated Endeavour control center is very lifelike. There are recurring documentaries about the past and present of Endeavour, and the scene of the empty alley before the first launch of Endeavour, and the moving and affirmation of people after Endeavour’s glorious retirement. The film is worth watching. The panoramic view of the Endeavour is truly shocking. This guy is performing space missions. It’s right in front of you now. Although all the high-tech parts in the fuselage have been unloaded, just let it go. This aura, So handsome.
The California Science and Technology Center is a well-known military and science museum in Los Angeles. It is suitable for bringing children. The California Science and Technology Center is definitely worth visiting. The content is very rich. The scientific plaza and prologue hall are called the Palace of Science. Before entering the exhibition hall, it has been integrated into the atmosphere of science.
Check in at the California Science Center, the town house treasure is the endeavour (endeavour) below, the jewel of the US aerospace industry, which is quite shocking. The tour guide told us that there are obviously more Chinese students and their parents visiting the science center in summer. Suitable for bringing children to broaden their horizons
This is a bit similar to the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum, except that it is the plus version, which is more shocking, but there is no chance to enter the cabin to find out! It's still very suitable for bringing older children to entertain and teach! It's worth checking in
Preston_Dominguez: 700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90037-1254
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended University of Southern California,Natural History Museum of Los Angeles,California Science Center,Samuel Oschin Air & Space Center,Exposition Park Rose Garden