WORLD CHAMPION OF MAGIC JASON LATIMER FEATURED AT DISCOVERY CUBE’S IMPOSSIBLE SCIENCE LAB MARCH 19 TO MARCH 27
Spring break is just around the corner and if you are looking for great safe, fun and educational activities to do with your kids I have great news. You can visit the Discovery Cube in Los Angeles and have the kids have fun while still learning in an indoor place where you can cool off from the heat.
During Spring Break you can discover the science behind magic at Discovery Cube's Impossible Science Lab in Los Angeles from March 19 to March 27. Kids can explore illusions that seem impossible, such as walking on water, levitation and making objects disappear, as they experience an exclusive introduction and demonstration by World Champion of Magic Jason Latimer.
Kids are invited to experience the science themselves through interactive workstations focusing on five areas: invisibility, levitation, animation, transformation and super powers. Discovery Cube’s Impossible Science Lab demonstrates their evolving commitment to expand STEM proficiency by keeping up with the popular trends that are capturing kids’ attention – and creating an entertaining way to approach science education through curiosity.
The Impossible Science Lab takes place every day from March 19 to March 26 for 30 minutes at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Discovery Cube’s Los Angeles campus is located at 11800 Foothill Boulevard. The Impossible Science Lab is included in general admission pricing. Special promotional admission pricing runs through April 30, 2016: adults ($10.00), seniors ($10.00), children ages 3-14 ($10.00) and children ages 2 and under are free. Tickets are available onsite or online at http://www.discoverycube.org/la/.