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With the mission "to ignite and sustain lifelong science and technology learning", the Saint Louis Science Center is one of the top five science centers in the United States, and has been named one of the Top 10 Science Centers for Families by...more
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We had a rainy day and decided to spend it at the Science Center. Admission is free which is very nice. We went to the planetarium which was amazing, admission to this was only $6. I highly recommend the center
My husband and I had an unplanned day in Saint Louis so decided to see if there were any museums we could visit. Found the science center on TripAdvisor and decided to check it out.
It was easy to find, parking is $10 but entry...More
Although this did have things that kept our teenagers busy, it is more geared for younger kids. The flight experience area is worth checking out. You can go in the 360 jet VR for $7 each. They loved that.
Definitely worth the free entry and the $10 parking. My son loved the giant T-Rex, the animal skeletons, and the Mars rover area. We all thought the radar guns were pretty neat in the bridge over the interstate.
If you are a pressed penny fan...More
I've had the opportunity to follow SLSC as they strive to keep up with technology, ecology, science, and the social climate. I've patronized Science Centers all over the world and SLSC is a top contender!
Went on a date here with an engineer who was quite excited to get back to his roots with the kid-friendly experiments. We also caught a show which was fantastic (constellations). We went, specifically, for the King Tut exhibit which, itself, was amazing.
Been coming here for many years. Only reason to some here is for the Omnimax movie. Seems like same old tired displays, yea yea some special exhibits but not worth the trip. Hasn't had a WOW factor in years.
The St Louis Science Center doesn’t have a lot of exhibits. It’s basically three floors, with about 3 or 4 exhibits per floor. They also have a planetarium with an IMax movie screen (I did not see one of the movies, however) so I cannot...More