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California Science Center - Cleopatra


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  • [Question] California Science Center - Cleopatra

    I just found out about this today, and it looks like a really interesting and one-of-a-kind thing to take the kids to (plus, I'm a museum nerd and a Trojan; I know, I know...). I'm just trying to get an idea if I need to buy advanced tickets to this or just redeem a coupon at the box office. Can't seem to find any info as to the attendance numbers on this exhibit when it was in Cleveland; and even still an L.A. audience might not be so quick to run to see an Egyptian exhibit especially at a location that 1) is otherwise free and 2) is usually (I say USUALLY) a school "field trip" type of place (no need to mention *I* took my second graders there when I taught ten years ago??).

    Any thoughts or friendly advice out there?

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