We've been to many science centers - Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry, and Fort Worth's Science Museum just to name a couple. Nashville's Adventure Science Center did not disappoint, except for size. It's just not big enough to justify the admission.
We got general admission tickets for two adults and a ten year old, plus one BlueMax (flight simulator) ticket for our son.
There were quite a few exhibits here that focused on physics and light refraction, as well as sound. The best part of the museum, in my opinion, was the space portion. The interactive exhibits here were on par with any we've seen. There was a large body exhibit which was pretty nice, although the centers within seemed to be getting a little worn.
Most of the center tower exhibits were for the younger crowd - being climby-type things.
My favorite exhibit was a levers exhibit where you could use a lever and fulcrum to lift a Pontiac Fiero.
The gift shop needs more place-specific things instead of just run-of-the mill pencils, erasers and things like that.
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