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Pacific Science Center

Category: Science

200 Second Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98109
206.443.2001

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Pacific Science Center - Reviews from across the web

Needs lots of work - user review
If you have been to a place like Portlands OMSI you will be quite disapointed ,it doesnt even hold hold a match. A city like Seattle should have a World class science center and...
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Pacific Science Center - expert review
Although its exhibits are aimed primarily at children, the Pacific Science Center is fun for all ages. The main goal of this sprawling complex at Seattle Center is to teach kids about science and to instill a desire to study it. To that end, there are life-size robotic dinosaurs, a butterfly house a...
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What a great attraction! - user review
The Pacific Science Center has something of everything. The kids really liked it, and we made it a weekend ...
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A GREAT Value.... - user review
The Pacific Science Center has something for everyone. The daughter really liked it, and we made a half day of it. There is informtaion available on numerous subjects, not only for...
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See - they have Roaches - under glass! - user review
Being from Houston, seeing a Roach is nothing, but I had to laugh when I saw they had them on display! 1st time we went, we had a great time. The Titanic Exhibit a few years ...
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From the '80s - user review
Lots of fun hands on stuff for the kids, but very outdated. It definitely needs an update. The tic-tac-toe robot CHEATED! Very old computers used to program thin...
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Always Fun! - user review
Ive been going to the Seattle Science Center since I was a little kid. First on school trips, then of my own accord with my extensive family. The Science Center is a true delig...
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not worth going out of your way - user review
My four year old daughter and I spent the day at Pacific Science Center. It was about half the size of the Omniplex in Oklahoma City and didnt have anything my four year o...
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Great place to visit - user review
The science center is great. We all enjoyed it a lot. The butterfly room was wonderfull, lots of beautiful buterflys. The IMAX movie was good. My son liked the video game hist...
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Run-down and out-dated Museum in need of a makeover! - user review
For our daughters fourth birthday we took her to the Pacific Science Center. If we had liked it, we were thinking it would be fun to get an annual pass. Unfortunately the museum i...
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So many wonders! - user review
Everytime we go, we learn something new. An ever improving and changing way to experience all the sciences at any age. The Pacific Science Cente...
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