The California Science Center is a science museum located in Exposition Park in Los Angeles, California. The museum’s mission is to inspire and educate people about the wonders of science and technology.

The California Science Center features a range of permanent and temporary exhibits that cover topics such as space exploration, the human body, ecosystems, and the environment. One of the center’s most popular exhibits is the Space Shuttle Endeavour, which was flown on 25 missions in space and is now on permanent display at the museum.

Other notable exhibits at the California Science Center include the Ecosystems exhibit, which features a live kelp forest, a desert, and a coral reef ecosystem, as well as the World of Life exhibit, which explores the diversity of life on Earth. The museum also has a number of hands-on exhibits, including the World of Life Lab and the Creative World exhibit, which encourages visitors to explore their creativity and problem-solving skills.

In addition to its exhibits, the California Science Center also offers a range of educational programs, including field trips, summer camps, and workshops for both students and educators. The center is open seven days a week and admission is free, although tickets are required for some of the exhibits and experiences.