Address
10101 Jefferson Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232
phone: 310-842-8060
e-mail: saml@starinc.org
web: www.ecostation.org
Hours
SUMMER HOURS!!! • July 1 - Aug 31
Monday - Friday1 PM - 5 PM
Sunday, Saturday10 AM - 4 PM
Tours start every half hour: Each tour lasts about an hour –Last tour starts 1 hour before closing!!!
Rest of the Year
Sunday, Saturday10 AM - 4 PM
Friday1 PM - 5 PM
Tours start every half hour:Each tour lasts about an hour –Last tour starts 1 hour before closing!!!
Admissions
Admission for weekend tours is $6 for children, $7 for seniors and $8 for adults. The STAR ECO Station hosts a variety of special events throughout the year, including community events, workshops, conferences and birthday parties.
Staff
Sam Lanckton, Director of Communications
phone: 310-842-8040 x121

Description

An Environmental Science Museum and Exotic Wildlife Rescue Facility.

STAR ECO Station is a 501(c)(3) non-profit 18,000 sq-ft environmental science museum and exotic wildlife rescue facility in Culver City that provides environmental education field trips, gifted and talented instruction, classroom instruction, after-school enrichment, school assemblies and community events that annually reach over one million learners of all ages. Through a partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, STAR ECO Station rescues and houses "at-risk" and endangered exotic wildlife. With a mission of “Preservation Through Education,” STAR ECO Station is dedicated to creating “a new breed of environmental heroes” committed to protecting the Earth’s resources.

Visitors study ecology and environmentalism on a breathtaking encounter with rescued tropical birds, exotic reptiles, wildcats, ocean life and 15 educational displays, including the Santa Monica Bay Keeper’s walk-thru Kelp Forest display. The STAR ECO Station is open to the public on weekends for hands-on eco-educational tours, providing quality environmental science education aligned with California State Standards.