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A Love Letter to LA: 11 Things We Can’t Wait to Do Again

Feeling nostalgic for pre-corona days? You’ll really relate to number 4. And 7. And 11.

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Fun & Inspiring Ways to Celebrate Black History Month in LA

Take kids to the African American Firefighters Museum, check out the Aquarium of the Pacific’s African American Festival and more.

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Must See: King Tut’s Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh

King Tut makes his LA debut and it’s everything that archeological dreams are made of.

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Just Opened: Body Worlds: Pulse

If your inquisitive tot has ever asked you what his brain looks like, or your active adventurer has ever wondered how her muscles work, you’re going to want to take them to the new Body Worlds: Pulse exhibit at the…

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Groundhog Day: Places to Visit Again, and Again and Again

If you feel like your child has you stuck in Groundhog Day, repeating the same activities over and over, here are some to throw in the mix you won’t mind visiting again. And again.

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A New STEM Exhibit: The Science Behind Pixar

Math makes movies! Computers make cartoons! Here’s where kids learn all about the science behind their favorite animated flicks.

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Where to Celebrate the Rio Summer Olympics Here in LA

From archery to swimming, Churrasco to historical streets, we tell you where the Olympic flame burns brightest in LA.

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Step Inside History at the LA Memorial Coliseum

What LA Landmark has hosted 2 (soon to be 3?) Olympics, 3 football teams, 2 Super Bowls and even the Dodgers? Find out when you take this newly offered tour.

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Blast Off at the California Science Center’s New Exhibit

You’ll go to infinity and beyond at the amazing new exhibit, Journey To Space, at the California Science Center. With rocket launchers, a play space station and kid-sized Destiny Lab, this outing is truly out of this world.

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Now Scooping: Ice Cream Tacos at Cream

If you’re picturing the Choco Taco of your youth, think again! Try this bit of handheld heaven at the new Cream, conveniently located near NHM and the Science Center.

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Unravel the Past at the Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibit

If your little Indiana Jones likes to discover buried toys in the backyard, the California Science Center’s newest exhibit is for you.

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Kid Flicks: 5 Family-Friendly Movie Theaters

The start of the year marks the beginning of award-winning movie debuts and stellar performances, as voting season for the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards is on the horizon. If you think your film-going days are a thing of…

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It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane…It’s the Space Shuttle Endeavour

Not so long ago, in a galaxy called the Milky Way, a space shuttle was built in a town about an hour outside of Los Angeles (Palmdale).  It flew over 100 million miles and spent almost a year of its…

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The Most Fun (and Free) Hands-On Kids Museum in Los Angeles

Located in the heart of downtown’s historic Exposition Park, the California Science Center is the largest hands-on science museum on the West Coast.  It’s the perfect way to help your budding scientist get her hands dirty, while sparing your floor…

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5 Springtime Gardens Your Kids Will Love

If you’re anything like us, our idea of raising kids in L.A. went a little something like this: sunny afternoons exploring the local beaches and gardens, hiking in Malibu, and the occasional trip to Disneyland. In reality, our kids may…

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Bug Out at the Natural History Museum’s 26th Annual Bug Fair

Bugs either send a shiver up your spine at the mere sight of them, and you own every zapper on the market because you subscribe to the notion that they.must.die., or they fill you with wonder, and you’re calm, cool…

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Los Angeles Activities: Explore Exposition Park

When kids complain, “I’m bored,” take a trip to Exposition Park. Brimming with educational opportunities and plenty of outdoor space, it’s a perfect mix of culture and fun for the whole family. Located across the street from University of Southern…

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