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Museum Exhibits

Dinos in the City at Pretend City in Irvine

May 25 – September 7: Pretend City is going prehistoric this Summer. Can you guess who’s coming? Join them for Dinos in the City: explore engaging interactives with life-like animatronic dinosaurs and exciting educational content.

Inside the Walt Disney Archives: 50 Years of Preserving the Magic at Bowers

Through August 30: The exhibition Inside the Walt Disney Archives: 50 Years of Preserving the Magic celebrates The Walt Disney Company on the 50th anniversary of its archives, with behind-the-scenes access never before granted to the public. The 10,000-square-feet traveling exhibit, which premiered at D23 Expo Japan in 2018, will offer several rare items only on… View Article

National Geographic Presents: Earth Explorers at Discovery Cube LA

Through May 3: Let your imagination run wild as you embark on an epic adventure! Step into the shoes of a National Geographic explorer as you take a journey to the wildest places on Earth. Through six immersive environments, you’ll learn more about explorers who have risked life and limb to discover new places, help protect them for future generations, and discover new realms of scientific inquiry.

The Art of the Brick at the California Science Center

Through September 7: Experience The Art of the Brick, the world’s largest display of LEGO® art! Discover over one million LEGO bricks transformed into more than 100 sculptures, plus nine LEGO brick building challenges and activities.

Jungle Junk Critters at Sherman Library & Gardens

Through April 30: This eco-friendly installation features twenty playful sculptures by Ron Yea, local Corona del Mar artist: “I take found and collected items that were destined for the landfill, or that would be washed into the ocean, and re-imagine them with a new purpose as FUN ART!”

Lost at Sea Exhibition at the USS Iowa

Walk through an exhibit that shows the human impact on shipwrecks found by famous explorer Dr. Bob Ballard, not only did he find the RMS Titantic, he is also known for locating famous wrecks such as German Battleship Bismark, troop carrier Lusitania, and American Submarine Scorpion. 

Natural History of Horror at the Natural History Museum

Through April 19: Explore the scientific inspiration for classic monsters Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy, and Creature from the Black Lagoon. Get a glimpse of rare movie props, film footage, hands-on activities, and museum specimens. Included with museum admission. Buy tickets online for a discount. Open daily, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.