Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Discovery Center provides visitors with a window into state-of-the-art research programs, computational capabilities and experimental tools.
Here you'll experience a broad-based display of science and technology, as well as highlights of the Laboratory's history. The Discovery Center, located off Greenville Road on Eastgate Drive, is open to the public Tuesday through Friday from 1 to 4 p.m., Lab holidays excluded. It is free of charge and no reservations are required. superscience [at] llnl.gov ( ) (Email)superscience [at] llnl.gov ( ) ( )for more information.
Teachers and students are invited to participate in Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Fun With Science Field Trips, provided free of charge to local elementary schools. The program, specifically designed for fifth grade classes, is offered on Monday through Friday mornings during the school year. One class at a time is scheduled to provide ample opportunity for active student engagement.
During the field trip, students will enjoy a combination of science displays, group activities and hands-on experiments. Activities are matched to fifth grade California State Science Standards.
Fun With Science Field Trips for Fifth Grade Classes
9 to 10 a.m. -- Tour of the Laboratory's Discovery Center: Students experience numerous science and technology displays and play our "Discovery Center" game.
10 to 11:30 a.m. -- Fun With Science: Students participate in experiments performed by a Lab scientist to reinforce basic concepts about electricity, chemistry, density, air pressure and states of matter.