|CC and Will make some noise at Discovery Cube Los Angeles!|
That's what happened last Thursday, Dec. 31 — aka, New Year's Eve, or Noon Year's Eve — at Discovery Cube Los Angeles.
|Noon Year's Eve selfie!|
Moms, dads and kids dressed as various superheroes were greeted with complimentary New Year's party hats and noise makers and were invited to take a fun photo at the green screen photo booth.
|A DJ helps everyone rock out during the Noon Year's Eve party.|
Not only that, but there were also special New Year's-themed exhibits on display.
There was a sensory experiment, in which kids held their noses while eating a jelly bean and then tried to guess the flavor. (Pretty hard when you clamp your nose!)
By far, CC and Will's favorite activity was the Alka-Seltzer rocket table. And the experiment was super-easy and something you can even do at home.
|CC and Will make rockets out of Alka-Seltzer tablets and water.|
In a matter of seconds, each tube popped into the air, sometimes about 7 or so feet high. You can guess why the kiddos kept going back to that table!
And, of course, they loved the biggest highlight of all — the balloon drop and ginger ale toast at noon!
Check out my Instagram video below of the fun!
11800 Foothill Blvd.Los Angeles, CA 91342
Tickets: $17.95 (adults); $12.95 (kids). Children ages 2 and under are free.
(Disclosure: I am being compensated for my position as a #DiscoveryCubeMoms LA Ambassador. All opinions, however, are my own.)