We aspire to stimulate curiosity and inspire science learning in everyone by creating fun, memorable experiences.
Campers at our Hands-On Science Camp enjoyed making ice cream in the rose garden today!
Check out this close-up of a Garibaldi nest. Each individual yellow dot is an egg!
Bubble fun at Hands-On Science Camp! It's not too late to sign up for classes: http://bit.ly/wCDk96
A baby Garibaldi just hatched from it's egg. Doesn't look much like dad, does it? Magnified 10 times.
A daddy Garibaldi tends his nest in the Kelp Forest exhibit. The yellow patch just below dad are the eggs!
Blast off! The Mission to Deep Space camp class launched water rockets this week!
These Degus can be found in our World of Life Discovery Room!
The siding is going up in preparation for Endeavour!
Meet our European legless lizard! Though he has no legs, he is not a snake.
Attention middle school science teachers! Join us in July for hands-on professional development training.
Much progress has been made on the Samuel Oschin Space Shuttle Endeavour Display Pavilion!
Watch KTLA right now to see a peek of Cleopatra: The Exhibition!
Snack time for our white-throated woodrat!
Judging is underway at the California State Science Fair!
Did you know that bats like to stay clean? In this video one of our bats is washing up.
Explore where rain runoff goes in the Ecosystems LA Zone!
@John_ETTW, this is the site of the future Endeavour Display Pavilion.
Diane Perlov, Director of Exhibits & @NBCLA's Colleen Williams yesterday. Watch for Dr. Perlov on Nonstop News LA!
Our Desert Iguana enjoys warming up in the desert zone in Ecosystems!
Did you know there are 1,578 spheres in the Science Plaza's Aerial Mobile?
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