Oregon Museum Of Science And Industry, Portland
About Oregon Museum Of Science And Industry, Portland
Oregon Museum Of Science And Industry, Portland - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214, United States
Ticket Price: 14 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:30 am - 09:00 pm Details
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Science Museum, Family And Kids, Exhibition , Specialty Museum
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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.
Oregon Museum Of Science And Industry Information
- Ticket prices differ with choice of show.
- Other contact number is +1 800-955-6674.
Oregon Museum Of Science And Industry Ticket Prices
- 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.
Oregon Museum Of Science And Industry Opening and Closing Hours
- For hours of other amenities such as café and terrace, refer to the website.
How To reach Oregon Museum Of Science And Industry by Public Transport
- By Bus: Residence Inn-Riverplace bus stop
- Hawthorne Bridge bus stop
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Had a catered event there. Fruit tasted like onions (must not have rinsed the cutting boards or the knives) and our baked goods arrived about an hour later than the scheduled "breakfast" time. Lunch was better in that it was there and ready to eat at the right time, but left a lot to be desired as far as being well made. The museum is a wonderful place for kids and families. If you are considering renting a room for a corporate event, try to bring your own food, or consider delivery if possible. Even the room was great and had all the tech we needed for presentations, but again... Cater elsewhere.
Excellent museum. Lots of activities for kids and still a bit to cater to the adults. For the grand admission (museum access, sub tour, movie showing, planetarium, and parking) it ran me about $31. But I was definitely entertained the entire time. The submarine tour was fascinating and afterwards I had made a stop into the Theory kitchen for a bite and a beer (pictured). Great food. This place is awesome. I just wish it was bigger.
OMSI is great for all ages. For 0 to 6 there is a play area upstairs that had a sand pit (super clean, sparkly sand), water area, nature area, and much more. Young kids can spend hours in there. Then there are exhibits upstairs and downstairs that are great for age 2 to teenagers (I often see parents participate too!). They also have fantastic rotating exhibits that are always very interesting. They have a great gift store, bathrooms everywhere, two food cafes, a submarine tour, a planetarium, and a theater to watch science movies. Their memberships are the best in town and I'd highly recommend getting one so you can go back and explore the place over and over.
Still one of the best science museums around; well laid out exhibits with lots of well-presented information, a good rotation of first- rate traveling exhibits (just finished 'Pompeii') and a good slate of movies in the Imax theater. Membership is still reasonable and includes a parking pass for the members-only spaces. OMSI and the Oregon Zoo are both great examples of how to do it right.
Love the standard exhibits as well as the special ones. We go here fairly often for movies. The first Sunday of the month you can get in for $2 to the main museum, or see a movie for $5. Considering that they show newly released movies on a massive digital screen, I'd say it's a good deal.
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