California Science Center

Science Museum, Movie Theater
700 Exposition Park Drive (at Figueroa St)
Los Angeles, CA 90037
10:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm


  • The California Science Center Foundation is one of four institutions to receive a Space Shuttle Orbiter for permanent display!
  • The California Science Center is one of only four locations to receive a retired space shuttle. The Endeavor traveled 12 miles through the streets of Los Angeles to rest here.
  • Go to California Science Center. It's FREE and a great place for kids as well as adults. Rt next to the L.A. Coliseum!
  • Just because it's free admission doesn't mean you can let your kids run around like savages, banging all the buttons, and ruining everyone else's experience. Take the opportunity to teach & learn!
  • I work here. Its awesome!
  • You gotta check out their Mummies of the World exhibit!
  • On USC gamedays, be sure you tell the parking attendant you're there for the museum. You'll pay $8 instead of $25 for parking!
  • free admission (more like donation I did $5) pretty nice n entertaining!!! some exibits are require extra fee or reservations. And I'm really bummed out about missing the pompeii exposition!! .... T.T
  • This is an official Nickelodeon Parents' Picks Award Nominee!Powered by
  • Dont forget closed shoes if kids want to try out the high wire bicycle, 43 feet above the atrium floor.Powered by
  • The Hubble 3D IMAX movie is well worth it. Spectacular views of our universe and world. Simply amazing.
  • See Ecosystems - the newest exhibit gallery. I got lost for hours in the underwater kelp forest.
  • Just come and explore because it's free admission!
  • Enter on exposition park drive (aka 39th) and figueroa
  • One word: Endeavour
  • First day 10am: Take a light-rail ride on the recently opened Metro Expo Line to Exposition Park. The child-friendly California Science Center is home to the retired Space Shuttle Endeavour.
  • Admission is free, and you can see the space shuttle Endeavour for a nominal fee of $2.
  • Make sure to visit Endeavour! It's a great display and I can't wait until its permanent display is built. The rest of the museum was fun too.
  • Admission is free, but the more Premium exhibits require a ticket. If you plan on visiting Endeavour, buy your ticket in advance, but schedule your time so you have ample time to explore.
  • Children...children, EVERYWHERE.

Nearby places

California Science Center (700 Exposition Park Dr)
700 Exposition Park Drive (at Figueroa)
900 Exposition Blvd (at Vermont Ave)