Saturday, December 19, 2015

Hurry to the Discovery Cube OC - Winter Wonderfest is on for a limited time.

For a limited time, the Discovery Cube is offering the science of snow, "Winter Wonderfest."  Go tubing down a 70 foot slope, play in the snow, go sledding, learn snow science and so much more under one roof.  I should warn you that you will need snow gear: gloves, hat, warm clothing and closed toe shoes to play in the snow.  If you forget your gloves just run to the store inside the Cube and purchase them.  The Winter Wonderfest is only $5.00 plus the purchase of general admission.  You can play in the snow from December 19th through January 3rd.  It is a great way to experience the science of snow with the family. 
winter wonderfest
We received a chance to experience the science of snow at Discovery Cube Winter Wonderfest during media day.  Our kids were so in love with the 70 foot slope and the snow sledding.  We could not get them to take a break.  The experience made them feel as though they were far away from the big city on top of a mountain.  My husband was a big kid too.  We all had fun sledding and snow tubing.  The day was very memorable for all of us. 
winter wonderfest
We spent most of the morning playing outside.  Sledding and tubing brought such joy to our kids that we stayed until they were exhausted.  We cancelled all other plans for that day and played at the Discovery Cube Winter Wonderfest until the early afternoon. We were all tired, but extremely happy.  

This winter break visit the Discovery Cube and experience a whole lot of fun in the snow. Inside the Cube, The Hot Wheels exhibit will make the kids want to see under the hood of a car.  Stop by the Science of the Gingerbread to build a car out of candy and graham crackers.  Stop for a quick bite at the Bean Sprout restuarant while you take a quick rest.  After your healthy eating experience, continue exploring over 100 hands-on interactive exhibits that promote fun and educational value.  Both you and your children will enjoy a memorable day at the Discovery Cube. 

Happy Holidays,

Alma
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