Wisconsin Science MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: 211 N Carroll St, 6th Floor, Madison, WI 53703, United States
- Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-6082165496
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Science Museums, Family And Kids
A great museum for both kids and adults, the Madison Science Museum boasts of an incredible collection of old and new instrumentations of scientific technology. It is a leading protagonist in preserving the city’s history on the front of scientific development. All this goodness, that too free of cost make this a fabulous place to explore while in the city. While there is no admission free, the Madison Science Museum accepts donations. On your visit, here you might just end up getting a guided tour by scientist!
How to Reach Wisconsin Science Museum
- W Johnson & N Carroll (EB) Bus Station
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Wisconsin Science Museum Reviews & Ratings
CLOSED. It does not exist despite being listed on many sites like top 10 places to go and things to do in Madison, Trip advisor. I called the phone number and it's disconnected so I don't know where the great reviews are coming from. I was really disappointed and so was my family. Too bad, it sounded great. Hmmmm, so do you think the other museums exist?
Extremely hard to find, when we showed up it was closed, when it clearly states on the website it was open, no one was there to help us out. Would not recommend.
This building belonged to MATC a few months ago it was bought it is possible that it is still closed due to remodeling. for this reason it is still closed
Went on a day it was closed because I forgot to check the hours but the gentleman was amazing. Not only did he open things up for my son and I, he walked through and explained things before letting us explore. Great experience.
Such a strong hope for this place. Most of the hands on exhibits were not sitting while we visited.