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INFINITY Science Center

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INFINITY Science Center

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One Discovery Circle I-10 Exit 2, next to the Mississippi Welcome Center, Pearlington, MS 39572
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Misty R wrote a review Jun 2020
Baton Rouge, Louisiana3 contributions2 helpful votes
My son is a huge space fanatic, so he enjoyed looking at the few pieces of astronaut clothing and equipment, but other than that, there wasn’t much to do. Many exhibits were closed due to Covid. It’s a nice, clean facility, and the workers were nice. It just wasn’t worth $60 for our family of 4. If you’re heading east, I suggest the naval aviation museum in Pensacola instead (though I’m not sure if it’s currently open due to Covid.) There is MUCH more to see, including a small space exhibit, and it’s free.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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PatriciaBX wrote a review Mar 2020
Bronx, New York230 contributions15 helpful votes
First of all the name of the location is the John C. Stennis Space Center. My husband and I had a ball! We enjoyed the history, the exhibits, the movie and the inter active activities. Walking the grounds was peaceful. They honor AAA and special discount for seniors. We were in shock to learn that we spent over 3 hours there with no break. Great place to take children.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Gregory M wrote a review Mar 2020
Houston, Texas383 contributions38 helpful votes
This places feels as if it is totally focuses on exhibits for children. Which is certainly great if you have kids with you. But for just an adult couple, this is very little to see and experience other that the Saturn V first stage outdoor exhibit and a few items in the center.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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NayNay616 wrote a review Feb 2020
Denham Springs, Louisiana14 contributions1 helpful vote
We stopped to get the kiddos out of the car. It was had really cool exhibits and the kids found it interesting. We were in and out in about an hour, so for the price it was bit expensive, but educational for them.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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charleslambert392 wrote a review Feb 2020
Tucker, Georgia660 contributions57 helpful votes
Nice basic science environmental and space museum. Designed to educate kids with hands on demonstrations and classes. Price is a little high for the museum but it does support a great education program in the sciences which is much needed so the money is well spent. The only problem was no tour of Stennis was happening since July. Neither the Infinity or Stennis websites were updated to reflect that NASA had stopped the tours. Had a nce little gift shop and a basic burger/sandwich resturant line also. Worth the stop to see the wave machine and hurricane information.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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