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Spring Flings & Easter Egg Hunts – 2016

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Looking for a an Easter Egg hunt this weekend? Here are some of this years Easter Egg Hunts and/or Spring Celebration going on this weekend. Happy Easter!


Celebration Church Easter Egg-Stravaganza  Brea – This is known as the biggest Easter egg hunt in Brea! Join in on Saturday, March 26th from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Brea Jr. High Park. This is a FREE community event. (Bring a few dollars if you would like food.) Over 20,000 Easter eggs, 40 Game and Activity Booths, Relay Races, Arts & Crafts, Pictures with the Easter Bunny, Face Painting, Golden Egg and Bigger Prizes, and More! Click on the registration link to learn more and to register!

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Tom’s Farms Annual Easter Egg Hunt Corona – Enjoy live music at Tom’s Farms Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday March 27, 2106. Enjoy additional attractions such as the train ride,  the carousel, tractor driving, petting zoo and more.

Easter Egg Hunt and Family Fun Day Huntington Beach – Stop by and hunt for candy, take a picture with the Easter Bunny, play a game at the many game booths, enjoy the live band and visit booths from various community services. Saturday, March 26, 2016.

Egg Scramble – Irvine – Mariners Church will have face painting, food, games and other family friendly activities! Saturday, March 26th at 2:45 and 6:45 pm

Etnies Egg Hunt and Festival of Colors Lake Forest – Etnies Skate Park in Lake Forest will celebrate on Saturday with Eggs hidden throughout the Skatepark that will have small prizes in each one. Please bring your own basket as they will have limited supplies for the event. The egg hunt starts at 11:15 am sharp. The Festival of Colors will begin at 12:00 pm. Each event has a fee of $5.00 per person, per event fee. Please be sure to arrive early.

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Big Bunny’s Spring Fling Los Angeles – Hop Over to the LA Zoo and Botanical Gardens to meet “Big Bunny”. On March 25th, 26th & 27th – have the kids pet some real bunnies, there will be face painting, musical entertainment, bunny-ear crafts, and costumed characters.

 Living Desert Zoo’s Easter Eggstrvaganza, Palm Desert – Join the Easter Bunny and his strolling friends for two days of fun activities. Start the day in Gecko Gulch for an Easter Egg and enjoy crafts, face painting, bounce houses, a parade, games and prizes and more! March 26th  & 27th.

Egg Hunt at Kidspace Pasadena – On Saturday & Sunday, March 26th & 27th there will be hundreds of candy-filled eggs will be hidden throughout at the Kidspace Gardens just waiting to be found! Families can also create spring art, learn the bunny hop, pet real bunnies with Bunny World Foundation, and more!

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Egg Bowl Pasadena – The FREE egg hunt is held inside the Rose Bowl Stadium on Saturday March 26th. This FREE event provides fun for the whole family with games and activities for children and teens. This is Pasadena’s largest egg hunt with over 60,000 eggs. Nominal fees apply for major attractions and food. For a fee, there is also an optional VIP Bunny Brunch. Please check the website complete details.

Spring EGGstravaganza La Jolla – Birch Aquarium celebrates the arrival of spring and the changes it brings by joining them for an Eggstravaganza on Easter Sunday, March 27th! Explore animal eggs, discover changes in the sea by making your own plankton, create a shark egg craft, and participate in an “underwater egg hunt” – no baskets needed, Activities are included in regular admission.

Image Courtesy of City of Tustin Parks & Recreation Facebook page
Image Courtesy of City of Tustin Parks & Recreation Facebook page

Easter Egg Hunt Tustin – The City of Tustin’s 47th annual Easter Egg Hunt will take place on March 26th. Events begin bright & early 8:30 am at Tustin Sports Park. Enjoy an Egg Hunt, Jumpers, Magician, Wild Animal Show, Petting Zoo, Pony Rides, Games Booths and Pictures with the Easter Bunny.

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Image courtesy of Saddleback Church Facebook page

Easter at Saddleback Chruch  in Aliso Viejo, Anaheim, Corona, Irvine North, Irvine South, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest, Los Angeles, Newport Mesa, Rancho Capistrano, San Clemente & South Bay will all have Easter events for kids of all ages. Please check individual locations for egg hunts and times.

Egg Drop at Crosspointe Church, Yorba Linda – Celebrate Easter with an amazing 30,000 egg drop from a helicopter. Enjoy an encouraging message, great music, food trucks and more. The event is being held at Yorba Linda High School on Sunday March 27th and begins at 10:30 am.

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Bubblefest!

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 We LOVE Discovery Cube’s OC’s Bubblefest! My girls and I attended for the first time last year and we will not miss Bubblefest’s 20th anniversary this year! This amazing show is Discovery Cube’s most popular event and you don’t want to miss it!

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Your Bubblefest experience includes tons of bubble fun and what kid doesn’t love bubbles? The hands-on bubble activities include: Bubble Science Experiments, Bubble Lab, Bubble Wall, CO2 Chambers and Laser Table, to name a few. My girls favorite outside activity was the bubble rider, they had a blast!

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The highlight of Bubblefest is the 40 minute Mega Bubblefest Laser Show by Deni Yang – it is absolutely incredible! The show is a combination of artistry, science and an astounding laser show. This world-renowned show is both unique and stunning.

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The show features awesome bubble tricks that include smoking bubbles, spinning bubbles, bouncing bubbles, a snow show of bubbles and a rainbow a table. I never thought about the science of bubbles until attending this show.

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Bubblefest admission includes access to the following:

  • Mega Bubblefest Laser Show
  • Water Spheres 
  • Bubble Zone
  • Bubble Lab
  • Bubble Wall
  • CO2 Chambers
  • Laser Table
  • Cube Jr. Playground – Exclusive bubble play area for kids ages 5 and under.

Bubblefest runs March 26 – April 10, 2106. The Mega Bubblefest Laser Show runs 4 times a day during Bubblefest, 11:00 am, 12:30 pm, 2:00 pm, and 3:30 pm.

In addition to the general admission, there is an additional charge for Mega Bubblefest activities of $5 for members and $7 for non-members, children 2 & under do not need a Bubblefest ticket, however they must sit on an adult’s lap during the Mega Bubblefest Laser Show. Any child that requires their own seat must have a Bubblefest ticket. You can purchase tickets the day of the event for $10.00.

Discovery Cube OC, located at 2500 N. Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92705

Click here to purchase tickets. For more information visit the Discovery Cube OC’s website. 

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Open House at Tanaka Farms

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My youngest daughter is always asking to go to the farm and pick veggies, she is referring to Tanaka Farms. She’ll be excited to learn that Tanaka Farms has their annual  an open house this weekend.

Come and get free wagon rides around the farm and samples of their fresh produce.

The first 250 families to attend on Saturday and Sunday will receive a free gift! There will also be Strawberry picking for just $10 a person!

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No reservations are necessary for this event. Simply come and enjoy your time at the farm!

  • When: Saturday, February 20 & Sunday, February 21, 2016 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
  • Where: Tanaka Farms is located at: 5380 3/4 University Dr., Irvine, CA
  • Cost: FREE – Strawberry picking is $10.00
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Meet the Mummies!

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This is the final weekend to meet the Mummies at the Natural History Museum’s “Mummies New Secrets from the Tomb” exhibit! My family and I were finally able to visit last weekend. One of my daughters asked to see Dinosaurs and the other wanted to see Mummies, the Natural History Museum had both!

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During our visit, we were able to see 20 mummies, some of which have never been on public display before. The mummies come from ancient Egypt and Peru and bring to life many of the ancient burial details as well as how the societies lived and their beliefs. I was unable to take pictures of the displays are they are extremely sensitive.

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We were also able to view a few decorated coffins, mummification tools as well items that were placed inside the tomb alongside the Mummies. My girls had a great time at the interactive display tables. They were able to virtually “unwrap” layers of  the mummies, and move the mummies from top to bottom and side to side. They were also able to see some of the objects the mummies were laid to rest with.

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The museum will be staying open late on this Saturday night – until 9:00 pm on January 16th in order to accomidate visitors before the exhibit final day. It is highly recommended that you reserve your timed tickets in advance to guarantee admission. Timed tickets for this exhibition are required. If your a Member of the museum you do get free access to see the Mummies, but an advanced reservation is also required. The Museum will be open on Martin Luther King Day, which is the last day to see this exhibit.

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The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is located at 900 Exposition Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90007.

The cost of tickets to view the exhibit plus admission to the museum for the day is: $22.00 for adults, $19.00 for Seniors (ages 62+), $19.00 for Student Youths, $10.00 for children (ages 3-12) and Free for children 2 and under. Members are free. Parking is $15.00 during the weekend. By the way, a family membership for two adults and up to four children (age 17 and under) is only $99.00 and includes Unlimited free admission to the Natural History Museum, the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum and the William S. Hart Museum.

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Your Natural History Museum membership includes FREE timed-tickets to Butterfly Pavilion, Spider Pavilion, Bug Fair, traveling exhibitions as well as Free tickets to First Fridays (RSVP’s are required).

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The Real World of Bats

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Learn all about the Real World of Bats with Steve (the Batman) Norton, at Shipley Nature Center.

Stephen is a wildlife biologist with extensive knowledge of bats. He will provide a fascinating look at different varieties of bats that can found in our area; where they live, what they eat, and what they look like!  For extra fun, kids can wear their batman costumes or pajamas, masks, capes, etc!

  • When: July 30, 2015 from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
  • Where: Shipley Nature Center, 17851 Goldenwest Street, Huntington Beach, CA 92647
  • Cost: FREE

The primary parking lot is accessible from the south-bound side of Goldenwest, between Slater and Talbert. Additional parking is located in Central Park.

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Sunsets and Blues at the Zoo

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Get Ready to Swing into Summer with Cool Line Up of Musical Talent and Local Craft Breweries at the Santa Ana Zoo.

Sunsets at the Zoo and Brew at the Zoo deliver a cool Sunday summertime activity for friends, families, and couples who enjoy listening to live music, picnicking on the lawn, and tasting great brews -Steve McGuigan,

Sunsets at the Zoo

Friends of Santa ana Zoo’s after-hours Sunday Summer concert series and tasting events feature live music, Zoo animals, a silent auction, and train and carousel rides. Zoo members and guests are welcome to grab their cameras, bring a blanket, pack a picnic or purchase BBQ items provided by the Elks, and enjoy a relaxing, fun-filled musical evening outside under the California sky.

Zoo members and guests 21 and older with a valid ID are welcome to enjoy a unique craft brew-tasting experience from a handful of Orange County’s finest craft beer brewers. All proceeds raised will benefit The Santa Ana Zoo.

Event dates and artists include:

  • Sunday, June 28, 5:30-7:30 pm, Featuring: The Fabulous Peggie Perkins, Tasting: Valiant Brewing & Ambitious Ales
  • Sunday, July 12, 5:30-7:30 pm, Featuring: Full Spectrum, Tasting: The Bruery & Bootlegger’s Brewing Co.
  • Sunday, July 26, 5:30-7:30 PM, Featuring: High in the 80’s, Tasting: Native Sons Ales & Left Coast Brewing Co.

Admission to Sunsets at the Zoo is $12.95 per person ages 3 & up, and just $6.95 for FOSAZ Members. Children under 3 are free. The cost to enjoy the Brew at the Zoo tasting experience is an additional $10 donation per person and is reserved for adults 21 and over with valid IDs.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.santaanazoo.org or at the gate on the night of the event.

Blues at the Zoo

For Zoo members and guests looking for fun on an early Sunday afternoon, Knowlwood Cafe at the Zoo is pleased to announce the return of its “Blues at the Zoo” concert series. and feature some of the finest Blues performers and bands in Orange County.

  • Sunday June 28, 2:00 – 4: 00 pm featuring Babylon Blues
  • Sunday, July 12, 2:00 – 4:00 pm featuring Chico’s Bail Bonds
  • Sunday, July 26, 2:00 – 4:00 pm featuring Papa J and Richard

“Blues at the Zoo” is included in the regular price of Zoo admission on the day of the event.
The Santa Ana Zoo is home to more than 150 animals, including 50 of the most interesting and engaging monkeys and several endangered species, like the Golden Lion Tamarins.

The gates open daily from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. Admission is $10.00 for adults, $7.00 for seniors and children 3-12 years. Children under 3 are free.

The Conservation Carrousel Rides are $3 each and Zoofari Express Train Rides are $4 each, and combo tickets are $6 each. Children under 2 are free to ride with paid adult on the Train and adults standing with children on the Carrousel are free.

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Weekend Hikes & Bikes

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OC Parks

It’s Hikes & Bikes Weekend!  If you’re looking for a guided Hike or a guided Mountain Bike ride this weekend, look no further! Here’s a list of guided Hikes & Mountain Bike rides through our OC Parks.

Saturday, May 27, 2015

Guided Interpretive Hike – Irvine Regional Park
Join our naturalists on a nature walk and learn about the local plants, animals and history of Irvine Regional Park. Light to moderate walking on both paved paths and trails. Meet at the Nature Center near the OC Zoo in parking lot #19.

  • All ages welcome
  • Free
  • Parking: $5 per vehicle
Date:  6/27/2015
Time:  10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

 

Family Hike – Laguna Coast Wilderness Park
Come and enjoy an easy, 2.5 mile family hike over moderate but uneven terrain (45-ft. elevation gain). Starting at the James Dilley Preserve we will hike one of the most diverse areas of the park to Barbara’s Lake and back. Hike is led by Laguna Canyon Foundation volunteers.

  • Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, James Dilley Preserve (I-5 or 405 south to 133 south to stoplight at 73 toll road; make a U-turn, go 1 block. Dilley is on the right.)
  • Parking: $3/vehicle.

 


Online Registration

Date:  6/27/2015
Time:  3:00 PM – 5:00 PM


Sunday, May 28, 2015

Ranger Led Nature Hike – Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park
Join our Park Rangers Sunday mornings for an easy 1-mile hike on the Nature Trail. The trail takes visitors through grassland, oak woodland, riparian and sandy cactus scrub communities. Meet at Old Corral Day Use area. Rain will cancel hike. 

  • Fee: Free
  • Parking: $5 per vehicle
  • Wear comfortable clothing, hiking shoes.
  • Sunscreen, water and insect repellent are recommended.

For additional information, please call the park at (949) 923-2210.

Date: 6/28/2015
Time: 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
Birding Walk – Laguna Coast Wilderness Park

Spot native birds, with Laguna Canyon Foundation volunteer naturalists on this moderate 2-mile, level hike over uneven terrain through one of the most diverse plant communities in the United States.

  • Ages 12 and up.
  • Wear hiking or walking shoes and bring your binoculars! Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, Willow Canyon Staging Area (west side of Laguna Canyon Rd/SR-133, just south of El Toro Road).
  • Parking: $3

Online Registration

Date: 6/28/2015
Time: 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Family Bandito Bike Ride to Dripping Cave – Aliso & Wood Canyons Park
Join a band of bike wielding young explorers on a ride to Aliso’s most intriguing attraction. We’ll learn the mysterious legends of this famed bandit hideout as well as its previous inhabitants – the native Acjachemen people. Earn a ranger badge for being an accomplice on the journey.

  • Aliso & Wood Canyons Wilderness Park Ranger Headquarters, 28373 Alicia Parkway (from southbound Aliso Creek Road, turn right on Alicia Parkway, first right on Awma Road, left into parking lot).
  • For questions, call (949) 497-8324 Mon-Fri & (949) 923-2200 Sat/Sun
  • Parking: $3 per vehicle
  • Ages 8 and up (or peddled by adult) who can comfortably ride 5 miles (150 ft. elevation gain) of dirt trails with some sandy sections
  • Bike, helmet, water, snack, and weather appropriate clothing/shoes required
  • Reservations Required Online (link below)

Online Reservations Link

Date: 6/28/2015
Time: 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM
Meditating in Nature – Laguna Coast Wilderness Park

Relax in nature.  Enjoy a short walking meditation, breathing and energization exercises, and sitting meditation. Bring a blanket and a pillow.  No experience necessary.

  • Ages 16 and up.
  • Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, Little Sycamore Canyon Staging Area/Nix Nature Center (west side of Laguna Canyon Rd/SR-133, approximately 3.5 miles south of I-5/405).
  • Parking: $3/vehicle.

Online Registration

Date: 6/28/2015
Time: 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

 

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Weekend Hikes

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It’s Fathers Day weekend and our beautiful Orange County Parks has a special hike planned for the occasion. My pick of the week is the The “Fathers Day Journey Hike” at Aliso & Wood Canyons Park on Sunday. The hike is in the oak-filled Wood Canyon and Wood Creek Trails. You’ll search for wildlife and their evidence on this 2 mile/150 foot elevation gain hike.

Whatever your skill level, there’s a hike for everyone. Get out there!

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Guided Interpretive Hike – Irvine Regional Park
Join our naturalists on a nature walk and learn about the local plants, animals and history of Irvine Regional Park. Light to moderate walking on both paved paths and trails. Meet at the Nature Center near the OC Zoo in parking lot #19.

  • All ages welcome
  • Free
  • Parking: $5 per vehicle
Date:  6/20/2015
Time:  10:00 AM – 11:00 AM


Sunday, May 24, 2015

Ranger Led Nature Hike – Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park
Join our Park Rangers Sunday mornings for an easy 1-mile hike on the Nature Trail. The trail takes visitors through grassland, oak woodland, riparian and sandy cactus scrub communities. Meet at Old Corral Day Use area. Rain will cancel hike. 

  • Fee: Free
  • Parking: $5 per vehicle
  • Wear comfortable clothing, hiking shoes.
  • Sunscreen, water and insect repellent are recommended.

For additional information, please call the park at (949) 923-2210.

Date: 6/21/2015
Time: 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM

 

Father’s Day Journey – Aliso & Wood Canyons Park

Bring dad along on the backcountry wilderness hike he’s always wanted. Enjoy the oak-filled Wood Canyon and Wood Creek Trails as we search for wildlife and their evidence. This is a 2-mile (150-ft. elevation gain) hike.

  • Aliso & Wood Canyons Wilderness Park, Canyon View Staging Area (from southbound Aliso Creek Road, turn right on Glenwood [turns into Pacific Park] and right on Canyon Vistas. Meet at the entrance to Canyon View Park).
  • For questions, call (949) 497-8324 M-F or (949) 923-2200 Sat/Sun
  • Parking: Free
  • Reservations Required Online (link below)

Online Reservations Link

Date: 6/21/2015
Time: 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM

 

Morning Walk Around the Lake – Laguna Niguel Regional Park
Come enjoy a wonderful morning walk around the lake and learn about the native plants and critters in the park. This is an easy 2.5-mile walk (both paved and dirt trail) with no elevation gain. Led by Laguna Canyon Foundation Volunteer Naturalists. Dogs on leashes welcome.

  • Laguna Niguel Regional Park, 28241 La Paz Road, Laguna Niguel. Meet at the Shelter 3 parking lot.
  • For questions, call (949) 497-8324 Mon-Fri or (949) 923-2240 Sat/Sun
  • Parking: $5 per vehicle
  • Ages 8 and up
  • Reservations Required Online (link below)

Online Reservations Link

Date: 6/21/2015
Time: 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
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Parent & Me Time

Parent & Me Time at Shipley Nature Center takes place on Wednesdays at 11:00 am. and the cost is $3.00.

Themes for the rest of the month are:

  • Wednesday, June 17  – Bats
  • Wednesday, June 24 – Walking Stick Bug

 

June Parent & Me

Shipley Nature Center is located at 17851 Goldenwest Street, Huntington Beach, CA 92647

The primary parking lot is accessible from the south-bound side of Goldenwest, between Slater and Talbert. Additional parking is located in Central Park.

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Discover Sherlock Holmes

The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes is coming to the Discovery Cube Orange County on June 11, 2015 and runs through September 7, 2105.

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This interactive experience combines science with history and culture to bring to life the historic underpinnings of author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories.

Visitors will learn how Sherlock Holmes, a scientific expert, used seemingly trivial observations of clues others missed to solve the most puzzling of mysteries!

This exhibition features original manuscripts and artifacts, investigative tools, and crime-solving opportunities. Visitors will be transported back into victorian London and given a detective’s notebook to use throughout the exhibition to help solve a riveting crime!

Discovery Cube OC is located at 2500 N Main St, Santa Ana, CA 92705. For inforamtion on admission and hours click here.

 Here’s a glance inside the exhibition:

Introduction to Sherlock
First, learn about the history of Sherlock Holmes, Conan Doyle, London, and forensic science to help build up basic investigation skills

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Next, head into the world of Dr. Doyle, a scientifically educated physician, and relentless investigator. Here you can tour his life background, including his studies as a medical student at Edinburgh University, his apprenticeship at Royal Surgeons’ Hall, his practice in Southsea, Porsmouth, and finally his literary creations.

You will be able to view original manuscripts, letters and illustrations that shed light on the experiences that influenced Conan Doyle to create Sherlock Holmes.

Step Into London
When leaving Dr. Doyle’s study, you will find yourself surrounded by imagery of Victorian London. All of the images are from the Museum of London’s image archive.

Science and History
Here you will enter the Baker Street Underground Station and find yourself in the middle of a bustling center of innovation in the form of an International Science Exhibition.

You can get your photograph taken with 1895’s cutting-edge technology! (Photos are available for purchase)

You can also participate in experiments by exploring the developments in science and technology in the 1890s. Dive into real forensic studies with the help of crime historian E.J. Wagner!

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Next, you will visit Sherlock Holmes’ and Sr. Watson’s sitting-room, where their investigations began and concluded! Here you’ll have to play a recording left by Sherlock, to give you details about a recent crime. Sherlock needs your help to solve a time-sensitive and mysterious case!

Become a Detective
Embark on an adventure through the streets of London while performing scientific experiments, observing details, chasing clues and solving the crime!

Here you’ll get the chance to become a detective-in-training! Use what you learned in the Underground Station Science Exhibition and Dr. Doyle’s Study to solve the mystery. Each mystery location provides additional information and clues! If you don’t reveal the truth in time, an innocent person will be charged with a terrible crime!

Learning About the Culture of Sherlock
Upon your return to the 21st century, you will discover a collection of all things Sherlock, including comics, magazines, and movie and television show props and costumes. Guests can even see props from Warner Bros.’ Sherlock Holmes movie set, and behind-the-scenes tools from shows such as CBS’s Elementary and BBC’s Sherlock.SH 5

Sherlock’s Influence
Here you can see videos that will discuss Sherlock Holmes’ and Conan Doyle’s influence on pop culture, history, and forensic science. Six of the country’s leading forensic specialists will tell you how they solve mysteries today, using many of Sherlock’s techniques.

The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes was developed by Exhibits Development Group and Geoffrey M. Curley + Associates in collaboration with the Conan Doyle Estate Limited, the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, and the Museum of London.

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