Explore Southern California Trips (Explore SoCal)

Explore Southern California

Explore SoCal is an opportunity for international students to experience and learn about the famous local attractions, points of interests, and other exciting activities around Southern California. Transportation is provided to participants.  

Venice Beach

Saturday, May 20th 2017
8:30am - 5:00pm (tentatively)
Cost is FREE

($5 deposit required to secure spot)

*Currently enrolled UCI students only! 
("Currently Enrolled" does NOT include Visiting Scholars and UCI Extension Students)

Join us on our last Explore SoCal trip of the year! Venice Beach is internationally known for its uniqueness. Some attractions include Muscle Beach, the Venice Freak Show, the Beach Boardwalk and the Skate Park. There's also the Venice Canals for anyone who wants to take a relaxing stroll.

* Transportation is provided FREE of charge.
* Participants must either bring their own lunch or buy food as lunch WILL NOT be provided.
* Participants will need to purchase own admission for various exhibits.

*** Space is LIMITED and students will be served on a first come first serve basis! ***

IMPORTANT: Completing the interest form DOES NOT guarantee you a spot on the trip. We will contact you through email AFTER you fill out the form with FURTHER INFORMATION on how to SECURE your spot.


Science Center

Check out the photos!

Check out the photos!

Check out the photos!

If you have any questions or need more information, please contact programs@ic.uci.edu

Check out more photos from this program and other International Center activities on our Facebook page!

Santa Monica
Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) Santa Monica Pier
Science Center
California Science Center Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific


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