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The Tech Museum of Innovation is a family-friendly interactive science and technology center located in the heart of downtown San Jose, California. It has become a landmark for visitors seeking a glimpse of the most inventive place on Earth...more
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Not just your regular Body World exhibit. In conjunction with the Tech Museum a device called the Iris allows you to explore the augmented reality features of the exhibit. This exhibit is included with regular admission.
I needed to kill a few hours for a car repair so my 8 year old daughter suggested we go here. I suggest you by the combo pass that gets you the imax movie and the museum exhibits. There is a lot to do here...More
My Grandson and Grandaughter enjoy the Tech Museum for hours. The high tech dome theater screen is fabulous and sound system is dynamic. You can watch both movies and interesting documentaries. The Panda Bear documentary was very interesting and educational. My wife and I enjoyed...More
The games of exponential growth, creating natural camouflage etc. along with observing cells, looking at the exact anatomy of humans, and observing the mars landscape, make the Tech a fun place for the whole family. We learn a lot while playing and strolling though the...More
We went with our grandchildren. We were there for 4 hours. We could have stayed another 4 hours just to use the exhibits and learn from the exhibits. The boys are 11, 9 and 7. Great staff all friendly and super exhibits, that can be...More
Our family loves this museum. Be sure and look at family membership option as it pays for itself in just two visits. You enter on the main lobby where the new laser IMAX screen is (costs extra) and then they have an upper and lower...More
Having a break during a congress (the venue was placed two blocks away), I visited this museum. Even when it´s certainly focused on science and technology, it´s more suitable for going with kids. I´m sure they would really appreciate the many spaces available to get...More
Definitely fine for a 3 yr old- there’s a small nursery section (science play) and if it’s possible to split up i.e. 2 adults, one can go there for a while while the other takes the older child around. The 7 yr old is... More
Definitely fine for a 3 yr old- there’s a small nursery section (science play) and if it’s possible to split up i.e. 2 adults, one can go there for a while while the other takes the older child around. The 7 yr old is perfect age- I’d recommend this over children’s discovery museum, it’s such a great place. The cafeteria is wonderful- people go there for lunch w/o spending the day there. Enjoy!