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  • MARVEL Super Heroes Science Exhibition

    I visited the exhibit on Friday. Very cool. If your a Marvel fan you'll really like it. From learning about lightning from Storm to lifting a Scion off the ground while getting your picture taken.(although this wasn't working when we where there.)
    One of the friends I was with enjoyed the shouting booth, where you shout as loud as you can and try and destroy an evil villain. Lot's of fun stuff.
    We also saw the IMAX film about walking on the moon in 3D. If space is not your cup of tea, the other film is about the sea in 3D.

    This is more for the little ones but the big kids will enjoy it too. Something for everyone. And don't forget to see the rest of the museum.

    Here's a link.
    http://www.californiasciencecenter.o...uperheroes.php

    Thats all for now.
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    Re: MARVEL Super Heroes Science Exhibition

    I have not been to the California Museum of Science and Industry in years. I know it was competly rebuit a few years back and this is the kind of exhibit that might get me back. I will have to take the Dash Bus from downtown but that's ok. I just need to know a couple of things.

    How much do they charge now for admission to the museum and does that include the Marvel Super Heroies exhibit as well or do you have to pay extra for that? Thanks in advance for the information.
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      Re: MARVEL Super Heroes Science Exhibition

      Never mind, I just followed the link and found out what I needed to know. Should have done that in the first place. Oh well.
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