Daily: Movies at discounted prices.
March 2: ICT Theatre presents “Feast From the East”, tales from Asia and the Middle East! Free Saturday Family Theatre was created to offer an accessible & affordable program for families of Southern California to be able to introduce their children to the theatre.
March 2: Kids (6-15) have the opportunity fish for trout and catfish while competing for prizes. Fishing clinics will be held on-site and a limited quantity of fishing rods will be available for loan.
Select dates, January 26 – March 10: Guests can join Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy and the rest of the Peanuts Gang as the park celebrates the world that Charles M. Schulz created.
March 2-3: Alice In Wonderland is a magical full-length ballet presented by Pasadena Civic Ballet. Over 150 dancers in period costumes bring this classic fairytale to life. Plus, enjoy the Mad Hatter Tea to meet Alice and her friends for tea before the ballet.
Saturdays: Join the Zoo for a wild night out with Dr. Zoolittle and animal friends. Hang for a few hours, and meet some amazing animals, create cool Zoo crafts, play games, enjoy a snack, and much more.
March 2: Join Angelenos beneath Chinese lanterns in Downtown L.A. for the 18th Annual Los Angeles Lantern Festival.
March 2-3: Bank of America is helping its customers become “cultured” through their program “Museums on Us,” giving bank cardholders free admission to cultural venues in Southern California.
Saturdays: 100% interactive music time! Children learn rhymes of all kinds, sing silly songs, and are encouraged to wiggle and move.
Through April 21: Pompeii: Over 150 authentic artifacts on loan from the renowned Naples National Archaeological Museum in Italy. These are not replicas, but rather original, 2,000-year-old objects that were preserved in the ash after the catastrophic eruption.