We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
It was a great place and much larger then we thought it would be. Everyone was very nice there. There was lots of school groups. The movie that we watched was about the Galapagos and it was nice. My Mom gets bored if I make...More
We have been here many times in many forms; field trips, birthday parties, "killing an hour" after school on a rainy day, and day camps for elementary school-age kids - and every time is an absolute JOY! The way it is set up allows for...More
This place will keep your children playing for hours. It is also a great learning experience for adults and children. They have a great IMAX theater also. There are so many things for the children to do with some exhibitions that teach you about how...More
Took my 7 year old son there and spent 3 hours. So many hands on activities and wonderful facts to learn. There was plenty to keep us busy and could have spent more time but we had to go. Great prices, easy parking and located...More
This museum is an interesting place to visit and a great place to take kids or grandkids. The kids love all the interactive things to do. It is great for toddlers to teenagers, and adults, there is something fun and interesting for everyone!
We were in Louisville for a week for my husband’s work. The science center was a block from our hotel and I ended up getting a family pass. My children age 5&7 were extremely motivated to finish their formal school in the morning so they...More
We took our 11yr old daughter and 5yr old son. I'd say our 5yr old loved it more than his sister. But she still had fun. Lots of different activities and all hands on pretty much. Upstairs on the top level were some more informational...More
Hmmm, there is an area on the second floor I think would interest 13-year-old boys: you can measure how high you jump and how long you jump. They also have some science models about earthquakes, etc. An area above that... More
Hmmm, there is an area on the second floor I think would interest 13-year-old boys: you can measure how high you jump and how long you jump. They also have some science models about earthquakes, etc. An area above that also has some exhibits that might be of interest.
You might check the IMAX movies (at extra cost) to see if they would be of interest.
So--the 13-year-olds would find that interesting but they would not be entertained for nearly as long as younger kids would be.
There could be an hour of interest if you want to spend the money for a short time.
There's a company that does a scavenger hunt in Louisville (can't think of the name) and that might be of interest, as might one of the Break-out Rooms where a group of up to 8 has an hour to find clues to earn the key to get out of the room.
Good luck and have fun.