Oregon Museum Of Science And IndustryCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214, United States, 97214
- Timings: 09:30 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5037974000
- Fax: +1-5037974566
- Ticket Price: 14 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Science Museums, Family And Kids, Exhibition , Specialty Museums, Social, Arts, Museums
Age doesn’t matter at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry as the museum has something exciting for everyone who walks in. However, kids are bound to enjoy this place more. The museum is home to a planetarium, wide collection of travel exhibits, a giant-screen theater, a navy submarine and a lot more. The museum has its special way of inducing fun with learning by teaming up jug of beer or some fine wine with informative science talks. And after the alcohol acts as an appetizer, you can satisfy you hunger by grabbing a bite at the popular cafe in the museum. You dreamt of a session like this in school. Didn’t you? It is time to live it at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.
- Ticket prices differ with choice of show.
- Other contact number is +1 800-955-6674.
- General admission to museum: $ 14.00
- Senior: $ 10.75
- Youth: $ 9.75
- For ticket prices of various activities in the museum, refer to the website.
- For hours of other amenities such as café and terrace, refer to the website.
- By Bus: Residence Inn-Riverplace bus stop
- Hawthorne Bridge bus stop
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We really enjoyed our visit here with our 6 year old, 3 year old, and 6 month old. Included in the base price was a 3d nature/science based 45 min movie. And there was so much hands on things the kids to play with and learn about. The room with all the electricity stuff was very exciting, and controlling robots was too. We'll definitely come again when we're in Portland
A fascinating museum, learning center, and historical site with endless possibilities for adult and child alike. There are several packages to find the price and experience that best suits your needs. I cannot speak highly of the Starry Nights Live show in the planetarium; the instructor’s voice, enthusiasm, and the setup of the room was absolutely breathtaking. The games/activities throughout are neat and engaging ways to learn scientific concepts. Compared with other big city museums, I’m not so sure it stands up as well; that Starry Nights Live show was simply outstanding, though!
There are lot of science and technology things happens here every day every weekend. There is also Kids science play area am sure Kids will enjoy here. If you are 4 people then a yearly membership is worth and check Groupon for very good deals (40% less). I like the Submarine trip and my kids enjoyed it. We watched Incredible2 movie and enjoyed lot in big screen especially my kids enjoyed a lot. There are lot things to visit and this is re-visit place.
OMSI is genuinely incredible. From the nostalgia of coming here as a kid to getting to appreciate it as an adult. This place never ceases to amaze me. Come for the museum, sub tours, movies, planetarium, or the seasonal exhibits they offer. I promise it won't disappoint. It is very kid friendly too, information for adults and interactive learning for the kids, what more could you want?
This place was awesome for all the kids. They have something for everyone here including the parents. The general admission will get you into about 60% of the building with tons for the kids to explore. A hand full of attractions do require additional fees for entry but you can make a whole day out of a GA pass. As a parent it was great to sit back and let the kids explore the physical world around them: from water runoff, to wave power, bridge designs, to turbines. They offer so many hands on activities you will just have to check it out for yourself! As an engineer I thoroughly enjoyed the clockworks they have on display. As well as the other whimsical engineering contraptions they must collect to keep things interesting.