Fresh Angeles: Impossible Science Lab at Discovery Cube Los Angeles

Impossible Science Lab at Discovery Cube Los Angeles

Question the Impossible Through Science...
IMPOSSIBLE SCIENCE LAB
 at Discovery Cube Los Angeles

After art, my daughter's favorite subject in school is Science. As a Discovery Cube Mom Ambassador I was excited to hear that there was an Impossible Science exhibit coming to Discovery Cube LA. What seems impossible is actually part illusion and part science.


It's really neat to watch your kids get such hands-on experience and see their curiosity spark. They can try multiple science experiments all set up just for them with laser beams, balloons, beakers, bubbles, and more. Are you ready to challenge their mind (and yours) at The Cube this Spring Break? All the fun with none of the cleanup!
Test your hypothesis on these cool stations:

Make Square Bubbles
Bend the Light
Laser Microscope
Balloon Bed of Nails
Explore Levitation
Walk on Water  
Invisible Glass
Tinsel Balloon Levitation
Bernoulli Ping Pong
 Penny Battery 



We had a great time at Discovery Cube and spent most of our time in the Impossible Science Lab. It's the perfect family outing for Spring Break! The Impossible Science Lab going on now through March 19 through March 27, 2016. It's available daily from 11:00am to 4:00pm only at Discovery Cube Los Angeles and is included in general admission. 


Check out some other posts that may interest you about The Cube:
Helicopter Tours
Bean Sprouts Cafe
Summer Playdate 
The Science of Gingerbread
Noon Years Eve


Admission: 
Grand Opening Price of $10 per ticket extended until April 30, 2016.
(Children 2 and under free.)
Annual Memberships are available.
Tickets to 4D movies cost extra.
Address: 
11800 Foothill Boulevard
Sylmar, CA 91342
Hours: 
Open Monday-Sunday from 10am to 5pm
(not open on Thanksgiving or Christmas)
Follow Discovery Cube LA on Social Media:
Twitter: @DiscoveryCubeLA
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See you at the Cube!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. As a member of Discovery Cube Mom Ambassadors, my family and I get free admission to The Cube to review and attend events. The thoughts and opinions shared on this blog are 100% fresh and 100% mine.