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Saint Louis Science Center

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5050 Oakland Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63110-1460
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Heather B wrote a review Oct 19
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Great family fun! Great for Kids and us adults had fun too! Free to get in just have to pay extra for the theaters. And those are cheap too! We didnt do anything extra during our visit,, and it took us about three hours!! Well worth the time! Helped us pass time on a rainy day! Great Staff!!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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ransom007 wrote a review Sep 2020
Anaheim, California963 contributions156 helpful votes
The center has a $10 parking lot. The science center has free admission. It is a typical science center with numerous hands on exhibits, but it also has several learning labs. It is quite spacious for a science center (plenty of room for the youngsters to run about). There is a particularly interesting (to me) paleontology section. There is a gift shop. COVID-19: The employees wear masks. Visitors are expected to wear masks and observe social distancing protocols.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lovewinds wrote a review Sep 2020
102 contributions7 helpful votes
Both the science center and planetarium are connected and free. Simple, it was something to do. Your kids would enjoy it. We watched a documentary on bears in the Imax theater which was amazing, they even have a concession stand and you can eat all kids of snacks like it was real movie theater even fresh hot buttered popcorn.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Shawni_and_Buck wrote a review Aug 2020
Dubuque, Iowa6,400 contributions540 helpful votes
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We stopped here to pass some time before our scheduled appointment at The Arch. We were Mom, Dad, two 18-year old-boys, and a 13-year old boy. The boys are a bit of science geeks, so we thought we would give it a shot. The museum is free, but there is a small charge for parking. A lot of the exhibits are geared towards younger kids, but our teens still had fun challenging each other on different experiments. There is also some flight simulators, which the boys liked. Mission Mars was also pretty cool with a space rover. There is a really neat sky bridge over top of a busy highway the connects two sections of the museum. You can clock the cars' speed under your feet. All in all, we would recommend the museum for families with young kids; those who may be interested in some science/ space, experiment;, and / or just want to pass some time while waiting for other activities or riding out the weather.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Ingela61 wrote a review Jul 2020
Stockholm, Sweden143 contributions1 helpful vote
An exciting museum for the curious mind in all ages! We spent several hours in the museum with our little granddaughter.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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