The California Science Center is a place that a lot of people seem to take for granted. It’s a great place for children and is high on interaction, which is essential for any education. The entry way to the science center is settled beneath this grand walkway next to their IMAX theater in the Science Plaza.
Designed by artist Larry Kirkland, the top of this structure is covered by a Dichroic Skylight, which changes colors throughout the day and leaves beautiful imprints of color on the floor. The 1,578 orbs which hang from the ceiling come together collectively to be called the Aerial. The gold and palladium painted spheres makes you think about the galaxy and about where everyone is located in relation to each other in the world. It’s a mark of greatness that you start learning about science even before you take a step inside!
Find out more about the Science Plaza at the California Science Center here.