Reuben H Fleet Science CenterCurrently Closed
- Address: 1875 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-6192381233
- Ticket Price: 17 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Planetarium , Cafe, Family And Kids
The Reuben H. Armada Science Center has eight separate displays. The place is a science centre with a very interactive approach towards science. Ideal for kids of all ages, this place is a very unique tourist attraction in San Diego.
The interactive exhibits are extremely engaging and with a variety of subjects on offer, you are sure to find something interesting to explore here. It was one of the first few places to adopt this kind of an approach to science exhibits.
A trip to the planetarium is sure to be fascinating. There is also a store as well as a café inside the premise. The Giant Dome IMAX Theatre which is the centre’s special feature is a definite must visit. Watching a short film here is a thrilling experience for anyone and everyone so do plan it into your holiday.
One of the top museums in San Diego, the Reuben H Fleet Science Centre offers you an insight into the workings of science. To get tickets for Reuben H Fleet Science Centre can be a difficult affair as you might have to stand in long lines. Why not buy tickets for Reuben H Fleet Science Centre with us and get Reuben H Fleet Science Centre ticket prices at best rates possible. Getting Reuben H Fleet Science Centre tickets will offer you a chance to make a hassle free entry without facing the trouble of crowds.
- Ticket price for adults: starts from 16.95USD
- Ticket price for seniors: starts from 15.95 USD
- Ticket price for Juniors (3 -12): 14.95USD
- Check the official website for the details.
- El Prado
- The Prado at Balboa Park, Albert's Restaurant, Bertrand at Mister A's
Love this? Explore the entire list of things to do in San Diego before you plan your trip.
Fancy a good night's sleep after a tiring day? Check out where to stay in San Diego and book an accommodation of your choice.
11.81% of people who visit San Diego include Reuben H Fleet Science Center in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
50% of people start their Reuben H Fleet Science Center visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Reuben H Fleet Science Center
81.82% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Reuben H Fleet Science Center
Convenient parking, and the attendant saw my active duty military ID card, said thank you for my service, and waved me through! What can I say, I had to drag my kids away from every exhibit section. Oh, and the volunteers with the mini-carts with little props and teaching points - so kid friendly, knowledgeable, and excited about their topics! Such a good touch to a day already filled with learning and discovery! Thank you!
This is a decent museum with an amazing Theater. The NAT across the street is better though. Science center has some decent things on constant display but seems to have less than some of the other museums in Balboa Park. If I were visiting II would not pass up the NAT, the Air and Space Museum or the Museum of Man to come here. Still its a decent place to spend an afternoon with kids.
The Sky at Night show is amazing. Took our robotics team on a field trip to see it. The team loved it. Learn so much. The best part was looking through the telescopes at Mars and Saturn. Highly recommend this once a month show.
Many wonderfully engaging and educational interactive exhibits on the main level, along with a great IMAX documentary on pandas in the adjoining theatre. Disappointingly, a number of the second-floor exhibits were broken or just seemed to do nothing, notably a couple of the rubber-ball games in the small-kids’ area and the big electricity-network exhibit that was supposed to demonstrate how one matches power from different sources to varying demand in a city. Sounded very cool, but try as we might, we could get this gigantic electricity display to do nothing. Press a button and the button glows, but that’s it. Told a staffer, hoping for some help, got a smile and a shrug.
Lots of fun.my eight year old nephew loved it. Lots of experiments and seeing how things work. I think my nephew didn't appreciate some of the education as much as I did but he had fun nonetheless. I paid extra to go into the mythbusters area and spent another hour or so in there. Well worth the expense, in my opinion, to spend the day with my nephew and learn some stuff and have fun (that is not a video game).