Stormi Webster has already proven to be quite a smart little girl, with her impressive conversational vocabulary at just the age of three. Now she’s learning about the joys of science, including aquatic ecosystems, space travel and more with a trip to Los Angeles’ California Science Center on Wed. Apr. 28. She was joined by her close pal Ayla Palmer, three, who is the daughter of Stormi’s mom Kylie Jenner‘s beauty expert friend Yris Palmer.
Stormi donned the cutest dress for the educational field trip. She wore a short-sleeved hot pink frock with a ruffly tutu-like hemline. Stormi rocked cute yellow and pink sandals to be comfy while exploring the museum. She had her hair pulled back in a topknot, and was seen looking back at the camera from near the center’s entrance while wearing a black face mask.
Stormi held on to pal Ayla’s hand in the photo, which Kylie shared to her Instagram stories. The proud mom noted that “Stormi had fun” at the California Science Center, and tagged artist Nathan Sawaya. He currently has an exhibit on display at the center titled The Art of the Brick, featuring over 100 sculptures of his amazing Lego and block art.
The exhibit Stormi and Ayla got to explore features a 20-foot Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton, a seven-foot tall Easter Island Moai statue, such famed artworks as Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night and Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa done in Legos, and Nathan’s own designs including a lifelike cheetah, polar bear, whale, tiger and more creatures.
Stormi’s ultra feminine outfit for the Science Center trip was a far cry from what she wore out to dinner with Kylie at Nobu Malibu the night before. She rocked a bright yellow and orange puffer jacket, white tank top and large silver chain around her neck. Stormi had her hair done up in small braids like her dad, rapper Travis Scott, sports. The little girl added black pants and thanks to mom Kylie’s love of designer handbags, she carried a tiny black Prada purse. The cosmetics mogul captioned the Instagram photo of stylish Stormi looking at the ocean from Nobu’s back patio, “Fly girls have more fun.” So do science girls!