Santa Ana residents can visit the Taco Bell Discovery Science Center for free today.!
Their new exhibit is Head to Toe: All About Your Body. The human body is a fascinating and complex machine, with each of its many parts fulfilling a unique and interesting function. Head To Toe explores five body topics: skeletons, organs, the senses, general health and general body facts.
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They are located at 2500 N. Main St., in Santa Ana. You may call them at (714) 542-2823. Hours are 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. daily.
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The Discovery Scicence Center always offers FREE ADMISSION for Santa Ana residents on the 1st Monday of month.
Santa Ana Free Day” is part of an ongoing program sponsored by First American providing Santa Ana residents with FREE admission to Taco Bell Discovery Science Center the first Monday of each month, sponsored by First American. Santa Ana residents must bring a valid ID to receive free admission for up to four. Parking is $3.
The usual prices are $12.95 Adults, $9.95 for Children 3 to 17. Parking $3.
Orange County’s first and only Smithsonian Affiliate, the Taco Bell Discovery Science Center offers more than 100 hands-on exhibits to spark children’s natural curiosity.
A Delta III Rocket towers 85 feet over Interstate 5, representing the contribution made by Southern California companies and individuals toward the conquest of space.
Opening in 2009: The Science of Hockey. Visitors will experience the colder side of science as they explore physics, physiology and flying pucks! Exhibition highlights include a Zamboni, Penalty Box and Broadcast Booth, among many others.
Annual events include BubbleFest during Spring Break, special summer exhibitions, Spooky Science in October, and the Science of Gingerbread during the holiday season.