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The California Science Center broke ground on the future Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center, a 200,000-square-foot addition to the Science Center.
The world premiere of “Angkor: The Lost Empire of Cambodia” exhibition debuts at the California Science Center February 16, 2022. Through 120 original artifacts - half on tour outside Cambodia for the first time – and hands-on exhibits, guests will use the lens of science to explore the ancient empire of Angkor.
The California Science Center IMAX theater reopened to the public on March 27, 2021, with two exciting and classic films, Hubble and Under the Sea.
Fire! Science & Safety is a new exhibition opening at the California Science Center on October 29, 2021. Created in partnership with Children’s Burn Foundation, the exhibit is designed to help guests understand the fire risks that are present in most homes, how simple changes can help to avoid fire dangers, and how to respond if a fire ignites.
Kristina Kurasz Cutting
Director, Communications, California Science Center Foundation
Contact for: Exhibitions, Samuel Oschin Air & Space Center Project Launch/Space Shuttle Endeavour, interview liaison for President and CEO Jeffrey Rudolph, Science Center Executive Leadership, & Development, Education Programs, Technology Exhibitions, Air & Space Exhibitions, Ecosystems, IMAX Theater, and General Information
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