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Explore 44,000 square feet of over 175 exciting hands-on science exhibits and activities revealing the wonders of biology, physics, chemistry, medicine, space, earth science, technology, and more. Experience a state-of-the-art planetarium offering...more
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As an adult who is very much a child, the museum caters to my inner geek. Most say outer geek but I know the truth. The museum hosts Adult events with opportunities to dress up as your favorite wizard etc. Along with the volunteers who...More
The Adventure Science Center was fun to wander around with friends. However, it is geared toward children, so much of the content is simplified or there is too little explanation. It was a quite fun, however, and the experience was worth the price.
First if anyone wants to know, yes there is free parking. There is a lot right outside the museum and one across the street. Come early or you’ll have trouble finding a spot. We got there when they opened and had a coupon to have...More
We went there for my sons 12th bday. We really don't throw bday parties anymore. We just do family trips instead. I was afraid this place would be a little to juvenile for him. But it was GREAT! For the whole family! 3 stories. SOOO...More
So disclaimer: I’m a member. I became one because I have two children under two. Most of the time, the visit is just the same, we play in the children’s private area for an hour and go home.
Now my wife and I: we come...More
The great thing about this place is their "Way late play dates," meant for adults. After hours, the Center hosts themed parties for adults, meaning there's drink tickets, people. I'm particularly fond of zombie night, because it was the first time my wife and I...More
Overall the ASC was really fun. When we visited they offered a Rubix cube display- which my son really enjoyed!
I liked the space section with a display where you are clipped into a cable and could feel what limited gravity felt like. Pretty neat....More
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it depends on your idea of fun. do u like science experiments or anything grade school science related? my son had a blast and I think i would too, without him but it is mainly targeted towards kids. there are many many kids... More
it depends on your idea of fun. do u like science experiments or anything grade school science related? my son had a blast and I think i would too, without him but it is mainly targeted towards kids. there are many many kids on any give n day. look up the website and see if they have an exhibit that you would be interested in