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Columbus State University's Coca-Cola Space Science Center is located in the heart of uptown Columbus along the beautiful Chattahoochee Riverwalk and adjacent to the Columbus Historic District and the Iron Works Convention and Trade Center. Our...more
We decided to check this place out while traveling down to Providence Canyon State Park. It was a cool little place. It only takes about an hour or two to see everything they have (unless it is busy and you have to wait on the...More
We went after reading reviews about Columbus on TripAdvisor. Upon entering the lady behind the desk greeted us, so friendly and couldn't be more helpful. It's a small museum but the interactive displays are worth the price of admission. The movie in the planaterriam was...More
We had our son’s 4th birthday party there last night and we are still receiving messages about how amazing it was. It was extremely affordable, clean, fun, educational, and the staff was absolutely amazing! We highly recommend this place for a birthday party!!!
This is a small but interesting museum and good for children 8-16. They have a good variety of films playing in the planetarium, and the one on dark matter was about a half hour long and communicated challenging material in a visual and engaging manner....More
I went to this museum expecting a bit more than it delivered. It was much smaller than I expected, BUT, our 4 and 8 year old absolutely loved it and have asked to go again. We had a Groupon to go, and when we first...More
If you teach older elementary or middle school students, you should try to make it here to do a space mission. We took our sixth grade here and they did the voyage to Mars. It was an amazing experience! They loved it so much and...More
This is a space center that is small in size but BIG in fun and information. They've several excellent simulators to play in and a great theater in which to watch some very cool movies about volcanoes and ice. Lots of education involved including fun...More
We visited at the end of the day so we missed some of the films, however this small museum is filled with artifacts and interesting things to read. The highlight was to get into the space shuttle, being sent up to the space station and...More