The organizations are committed to energizing ExplorOcean and the surrounding area by bringing in exciting exhibits, programs and a renewed sense of wonder to that particular area of the Newport Harbor waterfront.
Local companies, schools, families and organizations were invited to build their own gingerbread house creations and enter into a competition.
Upon the grand opening today, the campus is offering an additional 44,000 square-feet of hands-on permanent exhibits, themed science adventures, interactive programs and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning spaces, with a focus on cultivating an appreciation for the smallest ecosystems on earth to the largest exploration of the cosmos.
Families are invited to ring in 2016 while the sun is still up at Discovery Cube’s “Noon Year’s Eve” party with a giant balloon drop, countdown, green screen photo booth, hats, horns and ginger ale toasts. Children
In a county in which nearly 24 percent of residents are obese, nonprofit Discovery Cube Orange County is expanding its healthy living initiatives by using science to inspire families to make healthier living choices – and anticipates impacting up to 500,000 guests annually.
Discovery Cube Orange County and OC Waste & Recycling have teamed up with Goodwill of Orange County and Angels Baseball for the final Eco Challenge Day collection event of the year on Saturday, August 22, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Discovery Cube OC.
What is the shape of a raindrop? Most people imagine a raindrop falling from the sky takes the form of a teardrop. But, in reality, raindrops start off as the shape of a ball.
Discovery Cube Orange County and Boeing [NYSE: BA] are once again teaming up to host the 22nd annual Rocket Launch on May 9, 2015, at the Boeing Huntington Beach facility.
Earth Day is coming up on April 22nd and we want to start the celebration with a clean water experiment! Can you think of a way to clean dirty water using the sun?
After just five months of being open, Discovery Cube Los Angeles has officially welcomed over 100,000 guests to the new museum. The center, which sits on 2.5 acres at the Hansen Dam Recreation Area, opened to the public in November of 2014 with great anticipation and fanfare.