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The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) is a nationally-renowned science center providing science learning to a range of audiences. Our programming is guided by OMSI’s long-term vision to promote a healthy, innovative, and sustainable...more
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..i did not know this was a solid kids museum. had i known beforehand, i probably would've passed on it. that being said, i did enjoy this (i had my iPod on most of the time); displays & exhibits were hands on, and the price...More
If this is your first or last visit to Portland, Oregon, there is a MUST SEE exhibit now showing at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. In addition to the fact that this is a phenomenal event for all age, the current Christopher Marley...More
This is one of those things you do with the grandkids once a year. It can get a bit pricey if you have a large party, but for once a year it’s worth it. My favorite attraction for “me” is the submarine tour. They generally...More
I took my 4 sons several times over the years while they were little.
I now homeschool my 11 and 13 year old sons so we went for a day of learning.
We thought I would find Exquisite Creatures boring, but it was incredible.
First of all it’s very expensive. $28 per person to see everything and not worth the money.Visited with adult children and a two-year-old. Some of the exhibits were less than exciting, enjoyed the submarine tour, the movies were OK although one of us fell asleep....More
Very interesting exhibits. Theater is worth watching an iMax or other film. We saw Age of the Dinosaurs (or something like that). Very informative but a little hokey. A few rooms were closed. Planetarium was fun. Good value.
The price for the museum is a bit over $20. There are two floors and very sparce exhibits. There was an exhibit covering conception to birth with imbros and fetus at all stages, and a simulation of a baby kicking in the womb. The exhibit...More
I was on a road trip and only had time to visit the USS Blueback, unique in that it is the most modern (cold war era) submarine available for tours in the USA. I was impressed that I was able to just pay for the...More
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