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We Make Science FUN. The Danville Science Center delights all ages with its hands-on exhibits and special programs that make science fun for everyone. During butterfly season (April-October), don't miss the beauty of the Butterfly Station and Garden...more
The kids all enjoyed the interactive displays. They all were learning while having fun. We went in the offseason during the Winter. Would have liked to see the greenhouse with all the butterflies. That is kind of what they're proud of. If you have time...More
Have been to two separate events at the Danville Science Center. Both times we saw videos in the dome and were amazed with the graphics and sound. All staff were extremely helpful and informative. Also went outside to view stars through their telescope. There was...More
I stopped by with my grown niece & her husband and we were very impressed. I can not wait until my 2 grandchildren visit Danville so I can take them there. They will love it! Danville should be proud to have such a wonderful science...More
This place was very nice. If you like science and you live in Danville, head here.
Pros: There's a room for lots of cool games and the whatnot along with another one. They also have lots of other cool rooms.
Cons: Almost nobody goes to...More
The Danville Science Center has two main buildings. The more modern building offers science interaction exhibits for children around ages 8-15. Adults will find it informative as well. The domed theatre is a special treat and reasonably priced. The older railroad station museum across the...More
Response from JimmyD1159 | Reviewed this property |
Hello, It honestly depends on your kids and their ages. My kids loved the upstairs with all the interactive displays. If you go during the Summer give yourself more than three hours. With winter hours plan on at least three... More
Hello, It honestly depends on your kids and their ages. My kids loved the upstairs with all the interactive displays. If you go during the Summer give yourself more than three hours. With winter hours plan on at least three hours. They are remodeling the unattached building for the younger kids, Will have a climb aboard train and such. I believe that is planned for five and younger.