California Science Center Substitute Report
The California Science Center seems like a wonderful place, filled with exhibits that have many learning opportunities that make it seem like you are not learning, but having fun. I severely regret not going. The California Science Center is located south of downtown Los Angeles, in the historic Exposition Park, near USC (yeah!). Cost of admission is $10.00 (well that’s for parking, other than that, to get in is a donation), which is quite a paltry sum of money, seeing as you seem to get hours upon hours of fun. The days and hours of operation for the California Science Center are everyday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. In order to become a California Science Center member, one must call (213) 744-7504 to purchase a Membership, or visit the Membership Information Desk at the Science Center. If you become a member, you become, as stated by the California Science Center website, “part of a dynamic, innovative community dedicated to our mission to stimulate curiosity and inspire science learning in everyone by creating fun, memorable experiences.” If you do not want to pay to be part of a wonderful organization, you can volunteer by turning in an application either by e-mail, fax, or by sending a letter to the Department of Volunteer Resources. In order to volunteer, however, you must be at least 16 years of age. Looking at the application, I believe that all elements that you are to put down are viable, and I would not change a thing.
The history of the science center is as such. It started in 1912 and mainly housed agricultural innovations form around the world; that is until after the war. In 1951, since a boom in technological advances was more prevalent than agriculture, it the name was changed to the California Museum of Science and Industry, and mainly housed technology in an urban environment. In 1987, it was once again transformed. This time, the Museum went through a drastic...
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