Pacific Science Center
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About Pacific Science Center, Seattle
The Pacific Science Center has exhibits ranging from the 1962 World Fair right upto present times. This center has activities for various age groups to engage them into the fascinating world of science with hands-on knowledge. The Tropical Butterfly House exhibit has over 400 butterflies that you can photograph.
The Sonic Boom exhibit showcases usage of solar energy for making living on the planet sustainable. The Pacific Science center also has special laser shows that are a must watch. The IMAX theatre shows movie related to our world and space with informative narratives. The Lab is an activity center for kids open on Fridays afternoons and gives them a chance to play with aerodynamics, gravity, wind tunnels and give them more than just viewing experience. They also have a little van called ‘Science on Wheels’ that organize 40 minute shows.
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Pacific Science Center Information
- Weekday afternoons are the least-crowded. On weekends, Sunday afternoons are likely to have lightest weekend crowds.
- Parking facility available.
- Prices and schedules are subjected to change.
- For group rates, check the official website.
Pacific Science Center Tickets Prices
- Adult (16-64): $19.75
- Senior (65+): $17.75
- Youth (6 -15): $14.75
- Child (3-5): $13.75
- Member (16+): free
- Member (3-15): free
Pacific Science Center Opening and Closing Hours
- Thursday to Sunday: evening shows
- Weekends/ Holiday matinees
- Imax Theatre: daily shows
How To Get To Pacific Science Center by Public Transport
- Seattle Metro buses on route 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 19 and 24 from Downtown Seattle.
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Parking was full when we arrived so we had to park in one of the adjacent garages. The line was very long and they only had two windows open at the time. I HIGHLY recommend going to the Denny St entrance. Much quicker. Used our military discount for admission. The exhibits were very kid friendly and there were plenty interactive ones to keep the little ones entertained. If you're going for general admission, I would recommended children under 10 would find this most interesting. Obviously, my favorite exhibit was the butterfly house
The general exhibits are all VERY kid oriented, age ranges 5-9 I would estimate. We came for the terracotta warriors exhibit and expected something more all-ages, such as the Smithsonian or Houston natural history Museum, but that is definitely not the case. Some of the exhibits are very dated, but if you're a 5 year old kid, you probably wouldn't care... For the size of the place the ticket is a bit pricey - I've taken my nieces to larger and more up to date science museums for much cheaper. The architecture is cool retro-futuristic and historic, it gets some really well done temporary exhibitions, but if you're an adult just skip the gen admin ticket and stick to the exhibitions.
Loved this place! The family had a great time here exploring the science museum, then capping it off at the IMAX movie at the end. If you have children, I can't think of anything more fun and interesting to do if the weather keeps you inside.
Absolutely perfect 10 in our Olympic ratings! Spacious, immaculate room, quiet for restful sleeping, wonderful breakfast, and the ultimate in attentive and friendly staff. Thank you so much for a most delightful home away from home. This review was for the Holiday Inn and Suites in Auburn WA -- not the Pacific Science Center. We did visit the Science Center to see the Terra Cotta Warriors display, and it was fabulous!
An old family favorite, this museum has a great selection of exhibits, from cosmology to entymology. Went to see the Terracotta warriors, which was nicely done. If you can see it, do! Worth the extra cost to get the audio and get extra info. Give yourself at least four hours for the whole museum, though. Got great insight from the well educated employees there. Really appreciate the level of education and knowledge that they lend to the experience. The place has a 1960's vibe to it, which makes sense given its history, and I hope it doesn't lose that little touch of the world's fair atmosphere!
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