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Located in the heart of Downtown Phoenix, Arizona Science Center has been a hub for science and discovery for the community and visitors. The Center features more than 300 hands-on exhibit, live demonstrations, a state-of the art Dorrance...more
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We went here when a HUGE rainstorm hit on one day during our vacation. Our son is 5 and this place was great for him. We spent about 2.5 hours here and with a little bit older kid, I think you could easily stay 3-4...More
As a family we go tip the science center about once a year. Located near Chase field where the diamondbacks play, in heritage square there are a cluster out things to do within walking distance. Be sure to park in the heritage square lot to...More
My family and I came here while visiting in the in-laws to give the kids something fun to do inside and out of the heat, and possibly even learn a little something. While there was some very interesting exhibits on display, and most exhibits were...More
We visited the museum to see the Pompeii exhibit. The experience was amazing. It was well thought out and I learned a lot. There were many school children there for tours of the museum. I would definitely check with the museum to see what days...More
This is a great location for families. They offer many hands on activities. As a solo traveler, I really enjoyed the planetarium. They have several shows daily which I recommend. It is located downtown near Chase Stadium
I took my 5 & 7 year old daughters to the museum. Luckily, we have a groupon membership because the cost to get in plus the mirror exhibit was expensive. It only kept my daughters attention for an hour and a half before they were...More
Compared to similar kid-focused science museums, this one was probably just as good for the kids, but less interesting for adults. There were some notable exceptions such as the dancing iron filings.
Unfortunately, the extra money for the mirror maze was not worth it because...More
Definitely look into the ASTC Travel Passport program if you're not already familiar. It's a great way to visit Science-related museums when traveling, as we have done in many different areas. Having been to a variety of other museums with the program throughout California before,...More
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Ditto. There are exhibits are for older children who can roam around from exhibit to exhibit. But if you have a lot of teacher in you and your 10 month old has inquisitive mind, go for it! You can do the explaining and... More
Ditto. There are exhibits are for older children who can roam around from exhibit to exhibit. But if you have a lot of teacher in you and your 10 month old has inquisitive mind, go for it! You can do the explaining and the 10 month old can do the listening.