By Deb Flomberg
Grab the kids, its time for some fun! And while you are at it, throw in a little education at the Discovery Science Center. The Discovery Science Center is the best spot in California for some hands-on learning about science and nature. You’ll browse more than 100 different interactive exhibits in several themed areas. Your kids will have so much fun, they won’t even realize it’s educational, too.
What kind of themed areas can you explore? Check out Da Vinci’s Workshop for an interactive exhibit featuring the history of the art and science of Da Vinci himself. Or visit the Eco Market, where you can teach your kids all about the importance of being eco-friendly and learning how to shop “green” while also learning the best ways to sort and recycle. The Discovery Market is always a popular spot with a simulated grocery store perfect for teaching your kids how to make responsible shopping choices.
Make sure to check out the Boeing Rocket Lab, where your kids can learn all about space, rockets and engineering. You will step inside a giant 8,000 square-foot cube, surrounded by video screens, fog and sound effects to simulate the actual experience of being in a rocket launch. Check out the Rocket Fuel Station and learn about the science of rocket fuel, then get ready for launch and try launching your own rocket.
Clearly there are a ton of ways to have a great time exploring the many interactive science exhibits throughout the Discovery Science Center. Your kids will have so much fun while they learn that they’ll be asking to go back again and again. Of course, you’ll have a great time too, as the Discovery Science Center speaks to the child in everyone.
Make sure you head to this fun family destination in the right car too. Travel in your 2013 S63 AMG Sedan from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. It is the perfect car to transport you and the family safely while enjoying the luxury and elegance of the Mercedes-Benz name. Plus the roomy Sedan has plenty of space for you, your kids and a few souvenirs of your fantastic time.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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