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This is an interesting place and could be so much more. We parked in the empty lot and headed toward the large buildings. A sheriff and group of young men ignored us as they fanned out like a search party. We were a bit nervous. We learned later they were law enforcement
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We had a hard time finding the entrance. The address say Discovery Park Blvd but it's entrance is on the far end of the South 20th Avenue. We were greeted very kindly by the docent and administrator. He showed us where the displays were, started up the simulation Space shuttle
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Discovery park is free to visitors. I walked through the display area as well as the outside hiking trails. The highlight was the Shuttle ride, don't miss it!!
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This place really is a little gem. With their tiny mueseum,interactive space ride, and lots of space out back for kids to run and play in the “Western Town” there’s a good chance you’ll have a good time. Admission is free. Make sure to bring a picnic lunch and have a few hours
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Great place to learn more about space Even has ride experience that takes you on a space exploration. A lot of exhibits that teach you about space.
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