Milton J. Rubenstein Museum Of Science And TechnologyCurrently Closed
- Address: 500 S Franklin St, Syracuse, NY 13202, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3154259068
- Ticket Price: 12 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Science Museums, Family And Kids
Combining science with fun, the Museum of Science & Technology or MOST provides you with an enjoyable learning experience. The museum has permanent exhibits covering over 35000 square feet area, depicting the important aspects of Life Sciences, Earth Science, Flight and Space, and Cosmic Connections. There is also the Bristol Imax Omnitheater, where educational movies are played from time to time, and Silverman Planetarium, that will take you to the stars. Along with these, there are also fun activities you can indulge in, like the Space Dock which has the laser maze and motion simulator, climbing walls and the Science Playhouse. For those who have thought science to be dull and boring at school, this museum will make you think again.
- Given price is for a single adult.
- Children & Seniors: 10 USD
- For more prices, kindly refer to the official website.
- The museum is open on New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, Memorial Day, July Fourth, Labor Day, Columbus Day, and Veterans Day.
- Kindly refer to the official website for the exact dates.
- Closed on Easter Sunday.
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If I could leave 3.5 stars I would. My kid loves this place and I really liked the play area for him to get his energy out on cold days. There are also a couple hands on exhibits that he enjoys. The MOST doesn't compare to other children's museum I've visited in Boston and Pittsburgh. It feels a bit old/dusty and there's not a cafe just some old tables and chairs and vending machines. This place could be great with some thoughtful investment but for now it's just good and we will continue to visit.
This is a really interesting place. My daughter loves it. They have all sorts of interesting and cool things to look at, play with, and do. The air traffic control simulator is pretty fun, and it's hilarious to watch people try to land the planes. My wife and I are both teachers, and teachers get in free. That makes this place an inexpensive trip that my kid loves.
So many hands-on activities. I came here with my two friends from out of town and we had a blast. It was cool to learn about local geology, energy, and wildlife. The building has many little books and crannies to explore, and is totally kid-friendly, too. There was a new Hubble telescope exhibit that was so interesting. I would have given 5 stars, however, a couple of the exhibits had pieces and parts that were broken, and with so many stairs and levels, people that have difficulty walking may not be able to get around to everything
I grew up going here and always had fun as a kid. I did notice as I got older that many of the exhibits were getting worn out and run down. Went back today with my toddler. He had an absolute blast in the play area and looking at the dinosaurs. However, the exhibits were exactly as run down as I remember, many in even worse shape. None of the flight simulators worked and there was a thick layer of dust on all the aircrafts. The ramp was blocked off and a huge sign was just laying on the floor face down. The huge model train is a sad mess too, with trains tipped over off the tracks. I loved coming here, and will certainly bring my son back for the play area, but it's incredibly sad to see the state that it's currently in. It definitely needs a deep cleaning, and the carpet in the basement is a hazard that needs to be replaced. As many others have mentioned, it is bubbled in many places causing serious trip hazards. My toddler tripped, smacked his head and scraped his knee. He was fine, but someone could easily be badly injured. Hire a cleaning crew, fix the flooring and bring this place back to it's glory.
Going with a group my experience was not good. Funny thing is my group was all African Americans kids. The other groups that was there was not bothered. They didn't want my group to go in the playhouse. So they rescheduled our IMAX around the time schedule for the playhouse. Claim the red panda film was broken. But let others in the theater. They really didn't want to reschedule our playhouse time. Until I push the issue.