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Aerospace Museum of California

Aerospace Museum of California

What makes an airplane fly? How do rockets reach the sky? Do you need questions as to the Why’s? The Aerospace Museum of California is an aviation museum in North Highlands, CA that has over 40 aircraft to view and an intriguing aerospace section that may help answer some of those questions. Explore the wonders of flight and technology and walk away inspired. There is truly something there for every flight seeker.

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope Exhibit is present for us to view and it allows one to gaze at distant galaxies and in the magnificence and mystery of the Hubble mission in the contribution of exploration of planets, stars and the universe. The exhibit is a 2200 square foot experience that should grab every student’s attention. Learn about black holes and other fascinating cosmic phenomena and prepare for your child to be captivated by the brilliance of science.

Join us as we blast off to North Highlands, CA on Wednesday, December 4th. We will meet up at 12:00pm and tour starts at 12:30pm. Tour should take about 2 hours.

Wednesday 12/4/19

Aerospace Museum of California

Meet at: 12:00pm ~ Tour starts at 12:30pm

3200 Freedom Park Dr, McClellan Park, CA

FREE for CORE students ($8.00 for non-CORE students & adults). 

No refunds.

Payment made on ParentSquare or at the front desk with a debit or credit card.

Permission slip and payment due by 11/22/19


Click link below to sign up.

Print the permission slip attached in this email, sign it and turn into the front desk.

Aerospace Museum of California Sign-Up