Eco Station Culver City
Where are we going today?
Visitors to the STAR ECO Station experience incredible hands-on lessons of ecology and environmentalism plus breathtaking encounters with beautiful tropical birds, exotic reptiles, wildcats and ocean life in a tropical jungle setting.
The facility is explorable only as part of a guided tour, available on a first come first served basis, but this means you gets a much deeper insight into the creatures and environments. One of the facility's primary functions is a rescue operation, so there's significant scope for educating the kids while they enjoy the exhibits.
Environmental partnerships enhance the station with 15 thrilling discovery exhibits from organizations such as the World Wildlife Fund, US Fish and Wildlife, Surfrider and Santa Monica BayKeeper.
How much does it cost?
- Free Under: Pre walkers.
When can we go?
Tours on the hour. Friday 1pm to 4pm, weekends 10am to 3pm.
The Eco Station hosts field trips for schools and camps throughout Southern California as well as private tours for larger groups. Environmental education outreach programs in over 40 California school districts..
Doing our bit
The STAR Eco Station's mission is "Preservation through Education." It carries out this mission every day by educating students, visitors to the STAR Eco Station and community members about the preservation of our environment and the inter-dependence of all living things..
Can I get one of those?
Proceeds from sales go directly into the care and feeding of the ECO Station residents, the rescued animals. Party favors made starting at $3 with much more available..
Groups over twenty children are required to schedule a private tour..