Pacific Science Center
Pacific Science Center
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Science MuseumsObservatories & Planetariums
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Curiosity ignites at PacSci. New discoveries for all ages, every day. Explore the Tropical Butterfly House with over 1,000 colorful butterflies and plants from around the world; travel to far-away galaxies in the live and immersive Planetarium; experience hands-on experimenting, building, and inventing in the Tinker Tank Makerspace; and journey through time in the Dinosaurs exhibit.
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  • marmot1995
    Mariposa, California3,570 contributions
    Fun kid activity between sightseeing
    Went there with an 8 year old that loves science and trying things out. We were visiting the area and mixed this in with some standard sightseeing. We've been to the exploratorium and academy of sciences in sf. While this isn't as large, kiddo still had a great time with the exhibits. The opportunity to explore and touch and try things independently was really great. We spent a lot of time in the maker space, trying out kids of ways to create. The butterfly space was also fun. There were a few space exhibits that definitely clicked some concepts into kiddo's understanding as well. It wasn't overly crowded on the day we went, which also made for a nice relaxed atmosphere. I wouldn't necessarily recommend this space for families without children, or families with teens, but I think this is a great option for the 12 and under crowd.
    Hi Marmot1995, Thank you for this feedback. I’m so pleased that you and your 8-year-old enjoyed exploring your curiosity at PacSci! It sounds like you had a lot of fun with our hands-on experiences, Tropical Butterfly House, and Tinker Tank Makerspace. I also hope you had the opportunity to experience our Laser Dome and Planetarium during your visit. We would love to learn more about your experience at PacSci. You can reach out to me directly at feedback@pacsci.org to continue the conversation. Yours in Curiosity, Raphaela Romero | Director of Admissions and Guest Service
    Written April 16, 2023
    This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
    Visited April 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written April 13, 2023
  • markbK8610MU
    3 contributions
    A Fun Activity for Families with Kids
    Went as a family with a 10-year-old. I grew up in Seattle and fondly remember going to the Science Center on several occasions. We bought our tickets online the day before visiting to get a discount on admission. It was a bit too kid-focused and a bit light on science in my opinion. A few highlights were going to the butterfly area, the laser music show, the planetarium, and the outdoor water activities. Everything was included (except IMAX) in your admission price. Be sure to go online and reserve a slot for the planetarium 24 hours in advance. We had no idea about this, but the fellow leading the planetarium presentation kindly allowed us to attend anyway. Overall, we enjoyed our visit. It was a little expensive but we felt it was worth the visit. If I still lived in Seattle, there probably wasn't enough there to keep me coming back time after time.
    Hi markbK8610MU, Thank you for this feedback. I’m so pleased to hear that your and your family enjoyed exploring your curiosity at PacSci! It sounds like had a great time in our Tropical Butterfly House, Laser Dome, Planetarium and Water Works area. I also hope you were able to visit our new temporary maze, Tropical Odyssey, which offers a behind-the-scenes look at our butterflies and the people and efforts that go into them being here in Seattle. You also mention feeling that PacSci is a bit too kid-focused and light on science. PacSci is currently in the process of reimagining certain floor spaces. While we continue to expand our experiences onsite, many spaces that our community have enjoyed for years are open, and some have expanded. This includes our Tinker Tank Makerspace that now resides in building 3, which is larger than ever with more to explore. Our floor experiences will continue to evolve over time – in addition to Tropical Odyssey, we just introduced a new sound experience, Adventures with Sound, in our Carnevali Pavilion. In addition to our areas loved by all ages, such as the Tropical Butterfly House, IMAX Theaters and Laser Dome, I wanted to make sure you were aware that we run regular 21+ events for adults, including a monthly Happy Hour. We'd love for you to join us after work and explore your curiosity by enjoying shows in our Laser Dome and Planetarium, the Tropical Butterfly House, and cocktails, wine, beer, with food provided by Navi Catering. To learn more about our next Happy Hour on August 23rd please visit: https://pacificsciencecenter.org/events/august-happy-hour/. We appreciate your support as we work to improve the experiences we provide at PacSci. We would love to learn more about your last visit. You can reach out to me directly at feedback@pacsci.org to continue the conversation. Yours in Curiosity, Raphaela Romero | Vice President of Guest Services
    Written August 13, 2023
    This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
    Visited July 2023
    Written August 7, 2023
  • Michaela B
    14 contributions
    Old but still enjoyable
    It is a bit outdated but you can still have a lot of fun. My son especially enjoyed the life shows and the laser show ( think disco music with lights ) . I really enjoyed the planetarium the show was more like a lecture but the educator was excellent! My sons also learned a lot. The pool tide is nice … some things are Brocken. We spent almost five hours there .
    Hi Michaela, Thank you for this feedback. We’re so pleased to hear that you and your son enjoyed exploring your curiosity at Pacific Science Center! It sounds like you had a lot of fun watching our Planetarium, Live Science and Laser Dome shows – I also hope you enjoyed our interactive spaces and Tropical Butterfly House. You mention that some things seemed outdated. PacSci has a long history that stretches back to 1962 – while some of our spaces are older, others are less than a year old. Since we reopened last year, we have introduced our Adventures with Sound, Science of Puzzling, and Tech Experience Lab exhibits to our floorspace. We have also expanded our Tinker Tank Makerspace, which is larger than ever with more to explore. Our floor experiences will continued to evolve over time – in fact, just last month we introduced Destination: Outer Space. The refreshed space invites visitors to explore how light, weight and sound work through hands-on interactives, and discover what scientists have learned–from the Milky Way to the conditions in deep space. We also just premiered Beyond Human Limits last weekend, an exhibit developed and produced by Science North in partnership with the Ontario Science Centre. This space will invite visitors inside the minds and bodies of extreme athletes to explore the psychology, physiology, and technology of some of the most dangerous activities in the world. I hope you and your son were able to enjoy these new spaces during your visit. We appreciate your support as we work to improve the experiences we provide at PacSci. We would love to learn more about your last visit. You can reach out to me directly at feedback@pacsci.org to continue the conversation. Yours in curiosity, Raphaela Romero | Vice President of Guest Services
    Written October 9, 2023
    This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
    Visited September 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written October 8, 2023
  • Jada R
    1 contribution
    Excellent fun for the whole family!
    Went with family from out of town and had a wonderful time! Shoutout to Angela for making our visit extra fun for the little guy in our group by inviting him to assist on stage during the illusion presentation! We had lots of fun in each area, even the adults were thoroughly entertained.
    Hi Jada, Thank you for this feedback. We’re so pleased to hear that you and your family enjoyed exploring your curiosity at Pacific Science Center! I will pass along the shoutout to Angela – thank you for your kind words. It sounds like you had a wonderful time with our interactive spaces and “Illusion” Live Science Show. We have a rotating schedule of different Live Science Shows that focus on varied STEM topics (like the science behind combustion) – we hope you and your family can see some of our other shows on your next visit. Your ticket purchase supports our mission of igniting curiosity in every child and fueling a passion for discovery, experimentation, and critical thinking in all of us. We appreciate your support and look forward to seeing you again soon. If you haven’t already, you might also want to consider becoming a member. A PacSci membership is a great way to support science for all and make STEM learning a bigger part of your family’s life while also enjoying unlimited free admission to PacSci’s permanent exhibits and discounts on IMAX, evening Laser, concessions, and more. To learn more, you can visit: https://pacificsciencecenter.org/support/membership/. We would love to learn more about your experience at PacSci. You can reach out to me directly at feedback@pacsci.org to continue the conversation. Yours in Curiosity, Raphaela Romero | Vice President of Guest Services
    Written
    This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
    Visited October 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written October 8, 2023
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Melanie T
New York City, NY4,664 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
If you have a partner who loves science, you’re bound to visit some science centers whenever you travel. We’ve been to our fair share. Some have been amazing, and some have been duds. Unfortunately, this one was a dud.

It is very specifically science activities meant for kids. They have live butterfly exhibit, where you go into a little sanctuary and some are flying around you, so that wasn’t bad. The only thing that was pretty cool was the laser show. For matinees, it’s $5 but since we bought the museum and show tickets online beforehand, we got jipped and paid $10 (on top of the museum admission, which isn’t cheap at $26 a pop). The laser show features a different artist’s music for each show, synced up to lasers. The one we saw was for the Beatles. They didn’t play most of the popular songs, but it was still fun. Just make sure you arrive 15 minutes prior to the show to get seats.

If I lived in the area, I would probably go from time to time just for the laser shows. But otherwise, this ‘’museum” was very underwhelming. Unless you have little kids, you can skip this.
Written March 4, 2020
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Thank you for your review. We are glad you enjoyed our laser shows and butterfly house but sorry you did not enjoy your overall experience. Did you get a chance to check out our 4th Dimension space? We offer several virtual reality experiences that are enjoyable for older kids and adults alike, including Expedition Titan, a walkthrough experience of Saturn's largest moon. Please give us a call at 206-443-2844 or reach out to me personally at egroth@pacsci.org; we would love to follow up and discuss your visit with you further. Thanks for visiting! Sincerely, Erik Groth | Guest Services Team Pacific Science Center
Written March 6, 2020
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Bobbie W
Centerton, AR2 contributions
Jul 2022 • Family
The museum itself is pretty neat but we only got to see a part of it. We really wanted to see the exhibits in building 3 and 4, humans and the “Is it reality” buildings but they were closed for “camps”. I understand doing that is great for kids but there were no camps on Sunday and they didn’t tell us when we purchased the tickets we could only see 1/2 of the museum. So before you go or pay full price for 1/2 of what you should get make sure you ask if the whole place it open.
Written July 10, 2022
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Bobbie W, thank you for your feedback. I’m so glad that you found PacSci pretty neat! I am sorry about the misunderstanding regarding buildings 3 and 4. Camps are using them this summer, but you are right that that would not explain them being closed on a Sunday. The correct explanation is that, as part of our ongoing renewal, those buildings are currently closed while we reimagine and redesign them for the future. In the meantime, we have moved many of the highlights from buildings 3 and 4 to the other buildings while also adding new things. For example, unlimited daytime shows in the Laser Dome are now included free with general admission. The Tinker Tank is now larger than ever before with new exciting opportunities including making things with a laser cutter. New augmented reality (AR) experiences are available in the space between the Tinker Tank and Butterfly House. We have a new experience, "Water's Extreme Journey," in the Carnevali Pavilion. And more. We have tried to make this clear on our website and maps as well as in our live conversations with guests, but we will work to make this more clear. I think there might also be some outdated information floating around on the internet. For this reason, we recommend that everyone go to our website for the most up to date information. I would appreciate any additional feedback you can share about making our current operation clear and welcoming to our guests. You can contact me at president@pacsci.org. Thanks very much. Will Daugherty President & CEO Pacific Science Center
Written July 13, 2022
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JoAnna W
Seattle61 contributions
Jan 2023 • Family
Our family has had membership at the PSC on and off over the last 35 plus years. This week we were excited to sign up again for a family membership and our family of three generations visited there today - grown kids who use to love visiting there when they were children, now with three of the next generation, ages 5,6, and 8.

We enjoyed what was there, but it is a center that is in need of help. It was sad to see so many spaces closed. It felt like the PSC has been on a bad diet and is a little emaciated. I hope we see some of the wonderful spaces available be filled with the kind of memorable learning experiences that use to bring us back week after week and renew our membership year after year.
Written January 8, 2023
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Hi JoAnna, Thank you for this feedback. We appreciate your family's patronage of Pacific Science Center and are glad that you were able to enjoy our space during your last visit. You mentioned that some spaces were closed during your visit. As a part of our renewal, Pacific Science Center is currently in the process of reimagining certain floor spaces on our campus. However, our renewal is a multi-year process that involves much more than refreshing the exhibits on our campus. We are thinking critically about how we can best serve our community and how we use our resources to create the greatest impact. When we were forced to close our in-person experiences during the pandemic and downsize our staff by 90%, we turned our focus to delivering high-quality, accessible digital and virtual programming to learners and communities without geographic limitations. This greatly expanded online content complements the educational programming we provide in schools, libraries, and community centers across the state that has long been a critical part of our work – delivered for free or deeply discounted to youth, families, educators, and schools in low-income communities. In 2021 alone, we had more than 675,000 visits to our virtual library. We are proud of the ways our team used the pandemic as a catalyst for innovation that enabled PacSci to actually expand our overall impact during COVID. You can read about it at https://pacsci.org/impact/. Regarding the exhibits, I agree that we have work to do. We have made the improvements that are possible with the limited financial resources available to us. As an independent non-profit organization, we rely on financial contributions from individuals, corporations, foundations, and government to invest in our facilities and continue to make an impact in our community. Every ticket purchase and membership purchase helps us move forward, improve the experiences on our campus and extend our reach to more communities that need us. We appreciate your support as we explore a wide range of opportunities to improve the experiences we provide at PacSci and throughout the region. We’re excited for the future of PacSci and we hope you’ll join us along the way. Please reach out to me directly at feedback@pacsci.org to continue the conversation. Sincerely, Raphaela Romero | Director of Admissions and Guest Service
Written January 9, 2023
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Jada R
1 contribution
Oct 2023 • Family
Went with family from out of town and had a wonderful time! Shoutout to Angela for making our visit extra fun for the little guy in our group by inviting him to assist on stage during the illusion presentation! We had lots of fun in each area, even the adults were thoroughly entertained.
Written October 9, 2023
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Michaela B
14 contributions
Sep 2023 • Family
It is a bit outdated but you can still have a lot of fun. My son especially enjoyed the life shows and the laser show ( think disco music with lights ) . I really enjoyed the planetarium the show was more like a lecture but the educator was excellent! My sons also learned a lot. The pool tide is nice … some things are Brocken. We spent almost five hours there .
Written October 8, 2023
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Hi Michaela, Thank you for this feedback. We’re so pleased to hear that you and your son enjoyed exploring your curiosity at Pacific Science Center! It sounds like you had a lot of fun watching our Planetarium, Live Science and Laser Dome shows – I also hope you enjoyed our interactive spaces and Tropical Butterfly House. You mention that some things seemed outdated. PacSci has a long history that stretches back to 1962 – while some of our spaces are older, others are less than a year old. Since we reopened last year, we have introduced our Adventures with Sound, Science of Puzzling, and Tech Experience Lab exhibits to our floorspace. We have also expanded our Tinker Tank Makerspace, which is larger than ever with more to explore. Our floor experiences will continued to evolve over time – in fact, just last month we introduced Destination: Outer Space. The refreshed space invites visitors to explore how light, weight and sound work through hands-on interactives, and discover what scientists have learned–from the Milky Way to the conditions in deep space. We also just premiered Beyond Human Limits last weekend, an exhibit developed and produced by Science North in partnership with the Ontario Science Centre. This space will invite visitors inside the minds and bodies of extreme athletes to explore the psychology, physiology, and technology of some of the most dangerous activities in the world. I hope you and your son were able to enjoy these new spaces during your visit. We appreciate your support as we work to improve the experiences we provide at PacSci. We would love to learn more about your last visit. You can reach out to me directly at feedback@pacsci.org to continue the conversation. Yours in curiosity, Raphaela Romero | Vice President of Guest Services
Written October 9, 2023
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Travel198882
3 contributions
Jul 2023 • Couples
There were very few exhibits in the museum. Spent about an hour there and saw it all. Not worth the $27 ticket. The OMSI in Portland and Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago are far Superior. With the Boeing, Microsoft and Amazon money backing it, I expected far more.
Written July 19, 2023
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Hi Travel198882, Thank you for this feedback. I’m very sorry to hear that you did not enjoy your last experience at PacSci. You mention feeling that we had very few exhibits. PacSci is currently in the process of reimagining certain floor spaces. While we continue to expand our experiences onsite, many spaces that our community have enjoyed for years are open, and some have expanded. This includes our Tinker Tank Makerspace that now resides in building 3, which is larger than ever with more to explore. Our daytime Laser Dome and Planetarium shows are now included in the price of general admission, and our Boeing Theater continues to provide the best IMAX experience in Seattle. Our floor experiences will continue to evolve over time -- in fact, we just introduced a new sound experience, Adventures with Sound, in our Carnevali Pavilion. We are also excited to delight guests with our new temporary maze, Tropical Odyssey, located in the Ackerley Gallery next to the always popular Tropical Butterfly House. I hope that you were able to enjoy these experiences during your visit. We are grateful to our many philanthropic supporters who make possible so many of our programs that expand access to hands-on STEM learning to youth and families in the Puget Sound region and across the State of Washington. Pacific Science Center has significantly evolved, as science does, in the last 60 years. We transformed from “The Science Pavilion” at the 1962 World’s Fair to an informal science community resource for students, families and schools, on our campus and across the state. We wouldn’t have evolved without philanthropic support. As we work to expand our reach and continue to evolve the experiences under the Arches, support from individuals, companies, foundations, and public sources will be essential to our success. We appreciate your support as we work to improve the experiences we provide at PacSci. We would love to learn more about your last visit. You can reach out to me directly at feedback@pacsci.org to continue the conversation. Yours in Curiosity, Raphaela Romero | Vice President of Guest Services
Written July 24, 2023
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markbK8610MU
3 contributions
Jul 2023
Went as a family with a 10-year-old. I grew up in Seattle and fondly remember going to the Science Center on several occasions. We bought our tickets online the day before visiting to get a discount on admission. It was a bit too kid-focused and a bit light on science in my opinion. A few highlights were going to the butterfly area, the laser music show, the planetarium, and the outdoor water activities. Everything was included (except IMAX) in your admission price. Be sure to go online and reserve a slot for the planetarium 24 hours in advance. We had no idea about this, but the fellow leading the planetarium presentation kindly allowed us to attend anyway.

Overall, we enjoyed our visit. It was a little expensive but we felt it was worth the visit. If I still lived in Seattle, there probably wasn't enough there to keep me coming back time after time.
Written August 7, 2023
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Hi markbK8610MU, Thank you for this feedback. I’m so pleased to hear that your and your family enjoyed exploring your curiosity at PacSci! It sounds like had a great time in our Tropical Butterfly House, Laser Dome, Planetarium and Water Works area. I also hope you were able to visit our new temporary maze, Tropical Odyssey, which offers a behind-the-scenes look at our butterflies and the people and efforts that go into them being here in Seattle. You also mention feeling that PacSci is a bit too kid-focused and light on science. PacSci is currently in the process of reimagining certain floor spaces. While we continue to expand our experiences onsite, many spaces that our community have enjoyed for years are open, and some have expanded. This includes our Tinker Tank Makerspace that now resides in building 3, which is larger than ever with more to explore. Our floor experiences will continue to evolve over time – in addition to Tropical Odyssey, we just introduced a new sound experience, Adventures with Sound, in our Carnevali Pavilion. In addition to our areas loved by all ages, such as the Tropical Butterfly House, IMAX Theaters and Laser Dome, I wanted to make sure you were aware that we run regular 21+ events for adults, including a monthly Happy Hour. We'd love for you to join us after work and explore your curiosity by enjoying shows in our Laser Dome and Planetarium, the Tropical Butterfly House, and cocktails, wine, beer, with food provided by Navi Catering. To learn more about our next Happy Hour on August 23rd please visit: https://pacificsciencecenter.org/events/august-happy-hour/. We appreciate your support as we work to improve the experiences we provide at PacSci. We would love to learn more about your last visit. You can reach out to me directly at feedback@pacsci.org to continue the conversation. Yours in Curiosity, Raphaela Romero | Vice President of Guest Services
Written August 13, 2023
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Pam B
1 contribution
Oct 2022
So disappointed. We took our 6 year old grandson and 3 year old grand daughter. My husband and his family, lived in Seattle most of his childhood. They went there almost every weekend. He says nothing has changed since the 60s and 70s other than the laser show and the IMAX theater. And removing all the fun stuff such as the rides. Where are all the donations going? Certainly not here. New sports Arena? I get it, the sports arena brings in big time money i think that's great but, can we even out the spending and donation budget a little?
This is so extremely outdated.
Written October 2, 2022
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alananicolee
Alberta, Canada69 contributions
Jul 2023 • Friends
Online the photos of this place are amazing. Inside however, it's not great. The only thing I really enjoyed was the butterfly room. Half the exhibits were broken or out of order. Definitely not worth the amount of money for admission.
Written July 22, 2023
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Hi Alananicolee, Thank you for this feedback. I’m so pleased to hear that you enjoyed exploring your curiosity in our Tropical Butterfly House! I’m very sorry to hear that you did not enjoy the rest of your experience at PacSci, and that some experiences were not functional during your visit. Can you provide me with more details, including the location of these experiences? PacSci is currently in the process of reimagining certain floor spaces. While we continue to expand our experiences onsite, many spaces that our community have enjoyed for years are open, and some have expanded. This includes our Tinker Tank Makerspace that now resides in building 3, which is larger than ever with more to explore. Our daytime Laser Dome and Planetarium shows are now included in the price of general admission, and our Boeing Theater continues to provide the best IMAX experience in Seattle. Our floor experiences will continue to evolve over time -- in fact, we just introduced a new sound experience, Adventures with Sound, in our Carnevali Pavilion. We are also excited to delight guests with our new temporary maze, Tropical Odyssey, located in the Ackerley Gallery next to the Tropical Butterfly House. I hope that you and your family were able to enjoy these experiences during your visit. We appreciate your support as we work to improve the experiences we provide at PacSci. We would love to learn more about your last visit. You can reach out to me directly at feedback@pacsci.org to continue the conversation. Yours in Curiosity, Raphaela Romero | Vice President of Guest Services
Written July 24, 2023
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veronicamonell
Issaquah, WA98 contributions
Aug 2022 • Family
The Pacific Science Center is a great place to take kids! I have taken the kiddos I nanny for here before and they love it! They have a fun Butterfly Exhibit with a great variety of butterfly species. They also have a lot of hands on activities like experiments they set up daily for the kids. There is also an awesome laser light show and a great outside area with dinosaurs which is a huge hit for the toddler kids.
Written August 15, 2022
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