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Pacific Science Center ignites curiosity in every child and fuels a passion for discovery, experimentation, and critical thinking in all of us. Get hands-on in our Tinker Tank maker space, wander among fluttering tropical butterflies, immerse...more
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I come from an area with lots of dinosaur exhibits and history, so when we walked into building 1 and saw the poor Dino display, we were underwhelmed and didn’t expect much. Building 2 totally made up for it. We all, even the grandparents, enjoyed...More
Although it's been years since I was there, I remember this as a place where kids and adults could have a lot of fun learning about science. With interactive exhibits, there was a lot to see and do. On our recent visit, however, we elected...More
Eleanor B, Chief Commercial Officer at Pacific Science Center, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago
Thank you for your feedback and for visiting us in the past. I’m sorry to hear that you didn’t feel like Pacific Science Center was a good value. Our pricing is set to be competitive with other Seattle educational institutions as well as Science Centers...More
Our 3 generation group ( grandparents through teens) thoroughly enjoyed our visit.There are tons of interactive displays that are both educational and fun. A very broad range of displays and activities. We were pleasantly surprised that everyone in our party (from 12-65) found numerous things...More
This place is amazing.
If you are a kid between the ages of 4-14 - this is for you.
We were visiting Seattle and decided to try this out since I am a bit of a science nut.
When we entered, it was an obvious...More
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Eleanor B, Chief Commercial Officer at Pacific Science Center, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for your feedback. Pacific Science Center is dedicated to providing an exceptional experience for our guests and feedback like this is important for us to continue to improve.
We strive to provide experiences that are engaging for all ages. While we...More
I brought my two kids to the pacific science center and planned to meet my coworker and her two kids. The exhibits were mostly very sophisticated although there were a few "rinkydink" areas. The rotating area seemed to be in transition and was currently occupied...More
This science center is great for little ones on up to adults. It's huge and there's tons to do. Get there early so you can spend all day there. We brought our lunch and ate it at the brown bag area outside. There's so much...More
Hey Melissa, they were giving out flyers just outside the museum, it was their first day of trying them out, the cashier girl was just learning of how to process them. If you don't happen to come by the flyer people(they... More
Hey Melissa, they were giving out flyers just outside the museum, it was their first day of trying them out, the cashier girl was just learning of how to process them. If you don't happen to come by the flyer people(they were pretty vocal and easy to spot), maybe ask at ticket sales booth at the entrance? Good luck!
A 2 year old would enjoy a good portion of the museum but might run out of energy quickly with a ton of stimulation. There are a few spots where they do live demonstrations and the touch-tank might be fun as well.