The Ulitimate Flight Exhibition
The Ulitimate Flight Exhibition

Visitor Information

Santa Ana, California

Discovery Cube Orange County
May 27, 2017 – September 10, 2017

Museum Hours and Ticket Information

Open daily 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

For ticket information, call 714.542.2823., or visit 


Discovery Cube Orange County
2500 N. Main Street
Santa Ana, CA  92705

Discovery Cube is located at the intersection of Main Street and the 5 freeway in the city of Santa Ana. Just 1/2 mile north of 17th Street and 1/4 mile south of the Main Place Mall.

From the North:
Coming from the north, take the I-5 south. Exit Main North and Broadway in Santa Ana. Turn left at Santa Clara. Turn left again onto Main Street. The Cube is located on the left side of Main Street.

From the South:
Coming from the south, take the I-5 north. Exit Main Street North and Broadway in Santa Ana. Turn right onto Main Street. The Cube is located on the left side of Main Street.


On-site parking is $5 per vehicle (cash only).

Alternate Transportation Options

OCTA Bus Transportation:
Sit back, relax and take the bus to the Cube! Use OCTA’s trip planner to find the quickest and most convenient route to the Cube from anywhere. Visit OCTA to plan your trip today!

OCTA Metrolink:
Save time and money by taking the train. The Cube is located just 2 miles from the Santa Ana Metrolink Station.

Visit Metrolink for train schedule, rates, and more!

More Information
For more information, call 714.542.2823, or visit



Discovery Cube’s

Rocket Launch

May 13, 2017 | 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Location: The Boeing Company – 5301 Bolsa Avenue, Huntington Beach, CA 92647

Blast off at Discovery Cube’s annual Rocket Launch! Located on campus at the Boeing Company in Huntington Beach, this event is full of hands-on activities for all ages and includes a competition where you’ll design, build and launch your own 2-liter bottle rocket with pressurized air and water. Rockets with the longest “hang time” will be awarded prizes.

Need some advice on how to build the best bottle rocket? Click here to view a video to get real engineering tips on making your rocket fly high, deploy a parachute, and gracefully fall back to Earth! A huge thanks to The Boeing Company for funding the production of this video and the teacher professional development program that also accompanies this video, along with hosting the Rocket Launch at their Huntington Beach campus.

Rocket Launch is a free community event available to science, rocket and engineer enthusiasts of all ages. Discovery Cube is a nonprofit organization on a mission to educate and inspire young minds through engaging science-based programs and exhibits to create a meaningful impact on the communities we serve. We are only able to advance our mission with the help and support of donors. You can help ensure free community events, like this one, as well as other important educational programs continue across Southern California by making a tax-deductible donation today.

Visit the Discovery Cube website for registration information and details.