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Museum admission is $12 for Adults and $8 for Youth 4-17. Admission includes a ticket to the Koch Immersive Theater, our giant screen domed theater/planetarium. Admission for children 3 and under, our Museum Members and ASTC Travel Passport Members...more
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I highly recommend Evansville Museum of Arts and Sciences. I have been going for most of my life and have watched it grow and develop. It's a wonderful place to take your children or just a stroll through to see the current exhibitions. And I...More
Loved the section on Old Evansville. Since I grew up there, some of the photos and some artifacts were quite familiar but others brand new to me. Had never seen the Vulcan Statue in its original location. I guess we never looked up nor was...More
Today I visited the museum and I left extremely disappointed. The museum has had the same content since I was a child (20+ years) and half the museum has been closed for parties/renovation the last couple times I have been there. Evansville already has a...More
Date of experience: September 2018
Mitch L, Manager at Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science, responded to this reviewResponded 27 September 2018
Thank you for taking the time to visit and share your views with other travelers. I am sorry that you did not feel that your visit was worth our price of admission to our museum. We strive to provide the kind of experiences that we...More
This is another place that it never seems to be dull or boring when you go, even if you have been there a few times. Not everyone understands art when it is spoken of so if you can see an example of art, it helps...More
Found it very interesting! Had no clue Evansville played such a role during the war time of WW2. Admission of $12 included the steam engine exhibition outside and a ticket to the Koch planetarium deal. We didn't attend that, but would have if we hadn't...More
Spent a rainy afternoon here while camping. Very nice museum with great historical exhibits. Kids liked the hands on portion.More
Date of experience: June 2018
Mitch L, Director of Science Experiences at Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science, responded to this reviewResponded 7 June 2018
Thank you for your visit and your much appreciated comment. Your review will help other travelers who might find themselves in need of something to do on a rainy day. Come back anytime. We have changing exhibitions in science, art and history over a dozen...More
We have 3 small children & a teenager & they all really enjoyed the Hands on items as you first enter.
There is a good bit of local history which is very interesting...
And nice artwork including some local artists.
Yes, the price is a...More
I work for the Museum. Sorry we did not see your question sooner. Our admission is $12 for Adults and $8 for children. Admission includes all of our permanent and temp galleries, our EMTRAC transportation center and a hourly... More
I work for the Museum. Sorry we did not see your question sooner. Our admission is $12 for Adults and $8 for children. Admission includes all of our permanent and temp galleries, our EMTRAC transportation center and a hourly giant screen movie.
The Evansville Museum has a learning space, which we call The Koch Immersive Theater where we do planetarium shows. The show we do now that I would most recommend is called Skies Over Evansville. Right now we offer this live... More
The Evansville Museum has a learning space, which we call The Koch Immersive Theater where we do planetarium shows. The show we do now that I would most recommend is called Skies Over Evansville. Right now we offer this live show Friday, Sat & Sunday at 2 p.m. We're going to implement a new shows schedule soon (which may change the time it is offered), so you'll want to look it up on our website or give us a call. In the show we talk about the stars, planets and constellations and you get to ask questions!Thanks for your question. It will help other travelers I'm sure.