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Discovery Cube Los Angeles, Los Angeles

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 30 reviews on the web
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  • The discovery cube is one of this hidden diamonds. Great activities for those with young ones who need to burn energy and learn along the way!!! You will not go wrong trust me ! 
  • We took my two year old grandson and he was active and occupied for over three hours! It is so toddler friendly, interactive and educational. Adults will learn too! He loved climbing the rock wall and...  read more »
  • Great space. Great Interactive exhibits. Biggest draw back was that there were No facilitators at certain exhibits to demo or explain so if you have 2 (or more kids) it is just one big playground with...  read more »
  • Took my 9 yr old, he did have a good time. Some of the items were hard to keep his interest. But he did love the interactive stuff. They have a house where the kids use a tablet to look for and answer questions about energy efficiency, safety, etc.. The food was good, maybe a little overpriced. The website said outside food was not allowed. I could see this being a roadblock for some lower income families? Just my son and I dropped about $25.... So, in the future, I will eat just before and plan to eat after. This means $0 for the "house". Make the food a convenience not a big profit maker.... Honestly, Pizza studio has a good business selling $8 pizzas, made in front of you. What appears to be a heated frozen pizza that is smaller should not cost the same?
  • Brought the kids here for a birthday party, and it's a a great time. It's right next to the Hansen Dam Park, so you can make a full day out of it. The museum is only good for a couple hours, as there's not a whole lot of content, but it's hands on and fun. There's also some rolling exhibits that change often enough to make a membership worth the money. I would say that the museum is for smaller kids (up to age 10 or 11), any older and they might grow bored. This museum is an offshoot of the one in Santa Ana. That one is much bigger, but this one is still pretty good.
  • We had my son's 7th birthday party here recently. As far as the museum, everything is great for being hands-on fun for the kids. Upstairs is a really cool LA Kings hockey exhibit! It is a little on the small side and you can get through it all in a couple of hours. I knocked a couple of stars down just due to lack of attention and the attitude of one of our party helpers. Before we even committed to the venue, we wanted to make sure that we can have allergy safe items since my son is allergic to some things. The party planner told us that she checked and that the pizzas did not contain any egg at all. The day of the party, we double checked with the main caterer and he brought out a book stating that the pizza DID contain egg! He was able to make a substitute, but I could only imagine how bad it would be if he was not able to. Also, one of our party hosts should not be hosting parties, her enthusiasm was lackluster for being a kids party host.
  • It's a fun place for little ones. Lots of hand on for them. I prefer the OC Cube, but being a member I had to check the offerings at this location. The helicopter tour was better here! Also the park next door is huge and fun!
  • Not as big as the one in Santa Ana but still fun spend most of the day here, some stuff is bigger than in Santa Ana. I would recommend to come here specially if you are a member, there's also a park next door were kids can play in the play ground and parking is free.
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