We paid admission of $12 per adult (not to mention paying $5/hour for parking) and that doesn't include $4 extra if you want to see one of the Imax films. I think the museum is probably really good for the 15 and under set, but for adults, it was boring. Quite a few of the exhibits weren't working correctly (or at all). Just about everything was geared towards children and teenagers. There were some interesting activities, especially the earthquake simulation. My husband has been to the Computer History Museum in nearby Mountain View and found it far, far superior...at least for adults.
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