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Arizona Science Center

Category: Science

600 E. Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85017


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Arizona Science Center - Reviews from across the web

visiting friends - user review
living in az we have never been to the az center.. we had family teenagers come to visit and I was not sure all 6 of us would enjoy going ,but every single one of us enjoyed hav...

Great for children - user review
I have been to the science center three times in the past six months. My boys (age 3 & 2) love going there. They have so many things that are hands on. I have been really impress...

Arizona Science Center - expert review
So, the kids weren't impressed with the botanical garden or the Native American artifacts at the Heard Museum. Bring 'em here. They can spend the afternoon pushing buttons, turning knobs, and otherwise interacting with all kinds of cool science exhibits. In the end, they might even learn something i...

I didn't want to leave! - user review
I loved it! It was fun and there were lots of things to do! It didnt get boring and there are many things that the activities teach you, and at the same time you are having fun. I...

All day fun for kids of all ages - user review
Where can you take kids to play and play and not be bored? Where can the parents/grandparents have just as much fun? The Science Center is PERFECT anytime of year, but especiall...

outstanding - user review
Great and friendly staff!!It was a very educational visit. I would recommend this for all families. The interactive portion of the science center proved to be the best part...

IgoUgo: Arizona Science Center - Phoenix, Arizona - user review
This museum features futuristic architecture by Antoine Predock and attempts to turn learning into fun. Interactive exhibits including All About Me and Fab Lab are cleverly designed to educate and entertain. Experience the night sky or a laser light...

Arizona Science Center | Museum/Attraction Review | Phoenix | Frommers.com - expert review
So, the kids werent impressed with the botanical garden of the Native American artifacts at the Heard Museum. Bring em here. They can spend the afternoon pushing buttons, turning knobs, and otherwise interacting with all kinds of cool science exhib...

People of all ages tote... - expert review
People of all ages tote their curiosity to this cavernous learning center and have a field day getting smarter. More than 300 hands-on exhibits give the serious and mysterious ...

Great time can be had - user review
This is an awesome experience for the kids. We spent the better part of the day allowing our 10 year old to explore. It is well worth the money and it...

Great place for families! - user review
This was a good day's entertainment for me and my family. It's like a huge indoor educational playground. We easily spent 4 hours here and had a blast. Definite...

Great Exhibits! - user review
Great place to take the family with the constantly changing exhibits. Hands on displays and interesting topics give everyone something to see. A bit pricey for special features b...

Fascinating Exhibit - user review
The exhibit was much better than I thought it would be. An amazing look inside your body at your muscles and organs. Displays of hearts, livers, stomachs, and other organs - heal...

Overpriced Kidscentric Museum - user review
The Science Museum. Why this is the number one destination in Phoenix for tourists is beyond me. While mildly interesting it is overpriced and way to kidcentric to be a serio...

Arizona Science Center - user review
This is a very hig-tech, futuristic science center with lots of lights, glitter and flash. It can hold its own against any Science Center I have seen in the U.S., including Philadelphia's famous Franklin Institute. A very comprehensive and easy-to-follow tour booklet allowed us to see a maximum of e...

Arizona Science Center - expert review
With more than 300 hands-on exhibits, this is the venue for science-related exploration. You can pilot a simulated airplane flight, travel through the human body, navigate your way through the solar system in the Dorrance Planetarium, and watch a movie in the giant, five-story film theater. www.azsc...

Better when it's quiet. - user review
Went for the 2nd time to the Science Center with the intention of seeing the Body Worlds exhibit. The exhibit was nice, but there were still too many people. I am glad that ...

Expensive but really nice - user review
It cost us $50 for a family of four but it was worth it. They had plenty of hands on exhibits that were not only educational but really a lot of fun for the kids. We highly recommend the s...

Interesting Place for the Whole Family - user review
A great place to visit for those visiting or if you live in the Phoenix Metropolit...

Arizona Science Center - user review
The AZ Science Center is one of our all-time family favorites. The kids enjoy the hands-on exhibits and always seem to find new things each time we visit. During our last trip in March, the kids emptied grandpa's wallet of pennies with the penny-flattening machine. They also enjoyed the interactive ...

Arizona Science Museum - user review
Some adults might be ashamed of going if they have no kids in tow for the Arizona Science Center was created primarily with the instruction of the youngest generations in mind. But it is also loads of fun for adults, all this conveniently located in Phoenix?ôs Downtown. In this large facility you'll...

Arizona Science Museum - user review
The Arizona Science Museum was a blast not only for the kids, but also for the adults. The Science Center is huge and definitely deserves a few hours to fully enjoy it all. There are roughly four floors, with anything and everything you can imagine. They had exhibits on senses, space, natural phenom...

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