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Discovery Cube Los Angeles

11800 Foothill Boulevard

Discovery Cube features a diverse line-up of engaging exhibits all year long. From our permanent exhibit areas such as Science of Hockey, Eco Challenge, Dino Quest and the Boeing Rocket Lab to our traveling exhibits, there is always something new to discover at the Cube.


Katie Olbrich

Tuesday, July 17, 2018
We had a lot of fun here and ended up buying season passes since you basically get your money back after the second visit. Lots to do. Very hands on and some of the stuff was harder so I think it’s better for older kids. Our daughter is 3 and could handle most things but not all of it. Overall, it was clean, educational, and fun. You’d spend a few hours here, not an entire day. Great gift shop and rotating exhibits as well.

kaz matamura

Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Get the season passes! Wish they were open later so the kids can come here after school hours to play to get out of the heat during the summer. I love their cafe. Healthy and fun.

Cleotilde Zamora

Friday, Aug. 3, 2018
I love this place. I have a 2 yr membership and I bring my kid here weekly. He loves it...I love it...great pizza and soup... I take him there during their exhibits and he goes crazy ...right now is the dinosaur exhibit and my kid goes crazy. His 3.5 yr old and I have brought him here since he could walk. It's not as big as the one in orange county but I think the membership is worth it. Plenty of parking

Steven Kim

Sunday, July 8, 2018
Great local kids science museum. Not a big place but it is enough for an outing with the kids. The dinosaur exhibit is small but great for kids (moves and makes sounds). Parking is shared with the park so can get a bit full on high usage days. However spots can be found if patient.

Alonzo Cudd

Monday, July 16, 2018
Took our 2 yo, 11 yo and 13 yo. They all found something fun to do but definitely think it's best suited for younger kids. We had fun... Stayed about 2 hours which is plenty of time. We had free tix but normal cost is$20 per person which seems a bit pricey but not extreme. Great surrounding parks if you want to save some money and picnic (which will likely be better than the food they offer)

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