My son’s had a rough time since he’s fractured his arm. He loves to play in the water, ride his bike, and hit the beach. He’s been unable to do any, and we’ve been looking for things for him to do that he can actually enjoy. We had talked about visiting the Endeavour Exhibit at the California Science Center and finally decided to do it last week. It was an amazing exhibit and I can’t recommend it enough!
First off a visit to the California Science Center is so much fun. It is one of my favorite museums of all time. It is amazing and you can spend hours and hours there. I also love that it offers Free Admission every day of the year! Honestly I can’t rave enough about this fantastic place. For those of you that have been there, I know you can relate.
We finally made our way back last week and it was worth every minute of traffic we encountered on our way there. To visit The Endeavor Exhibit, you need tickets. It is highly recommended that you purchase them online. You can take a chance and buy them on site, but I really recommend buying them before you make your trip. We didn’t have much of a wait and were able to tour the exhibit without really waiting longer than a minute or two. Wow were we blown away. The kiddos loved it, as well as grandma and aunties. It was surreal to be able to stand underneath the shuttle and check out each individual tile. I can’t even begin to describe it, you have to check it out for yourself.
Tickets are $2 each, and $1 extra for a convenience free if purchased online. Admission to the Museum is Free. The California Science Center is open 7 days a week from 1o am to 5 pm. Parking is $10 and is cash only. For additional info and to purchase your tickets head here.