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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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Stopped at the Arizona Science Center specially to participate in the Pompeii exhibit, Wow! The entire center is alive with science for everyone, young and old. There is much to do in this museum oriented area of Phoenix, including restaurants, plentiful covered parking and shaded...More
Haven’t been here in over 10 years. Went on a Friday evening date thinking it would be a quiet, off-traffic time to enjoy the exhibits without wild kids from schools. Website said both exhibits were open (Pompei after hours). After making the long trip downtown,...More
Pluses+-The Pompeii Exhibit was heartbreaking/amazing at the same time. The interactive dark room with smoke, etc. wasn't too scary for my 8 yo grandson. My grandson and I also had a very sobering discussion about the volcano and what happened to the city. The artifacts,...More
We went for the Pompeii exhibit which was good. But with at least 400 children running around, screaming/making so much noise the decibel level was so high due to poor acoustics, who could enjoy it? The children ran into us, destroyed the hand sanitizer which...More
I think that the organization running the museum should change the name so that the emphasis is on children. There are lots of displays and information but it is all geared to children so not much to hold the interest of adults. I went today...More
Our main reason for the visit was the Pompeii exhibit, but my boyfriend and I were planning on spending the entire day here. We got there right when they opened at 10 a.m., Planned on walking around till about noon and then grabbing some lunch...More
Exorbitant pricing can be helped by using a Groupon, by going “After Hours”, or by using a Library Culture Pass, as we did—it covered General Admission for both of us, and we only had to pay for the Pompeii exhibit portion.
However, if I had...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.