The Pacific Science Center is a private, non-profit Science Museum in Seattle, adjacent to the Space Needle Tower, covering nearly 30,000 square meters. It consists of eight buildings, including two Super IMAX cinemas, one of the world's largest hemispheric laser theaters, high-tech zones, tropical butterfly houses, astronomical museums, dinosaur halls and hundreds of manual exhibits. In addition to many permanent exhibitions, the center regularly organizes special exhibitions, the more important ones are "China - "Discovery in 7000", "Titanic - "Handicraft Exhibition", "Discovery of Dead Sea Scrolls", "Lucy's remains - "hidden treasures in Ethiopia". This weekend, bring your baby to the Pacific Science Center to feel the magic and charm of science and technology from zero distance.
It belongs to children's paradise. There are IMAX movies and laser performances. It is suggested to reserve more than three hours. Located on the needle edge of space, you can arrange to go together. Parking nearby is not very convenient. You'd better do your homework first.
This should be a children's paradise, but the overall feeling is that the exhibits have a little time, high-tech things need to be updated, and some interaction: for example, in the astronomical part, is there a radio telescope; in the sleep part of the healthy part, is it an EMG to measure brain waves, highlight the characteristics of REM; in the system of measuring skin age, there is a little high-tech content, and its sleep part is not an EMG. It is possible to add a bone age test for children. Of course, IMAX exhibition experience is good, in fact, as a big technology country, plus some VR experience will be better. In short, the overall level is not as good as that of the China Science and Technology Museum in Beijing. It seems that the level of science popularization in the United States lacks international standards in Seattle. My only gain is to recall some TOFEL words.
Want to see your child speechless in fascination? The Pacific Science Center will always deliver that moment of awe in your child! With ever changing exhibits and a seemingly endless opportunities to explore, learn and discover, children and parents alike will enjoy a memorable experience no one is soon going to forget. Be sure to bring the camera and extra batteries! There are so many photo opportunities at PSC. This is a full-day family event so definitely go prepared with everything you may need as you won't want to be making extra trips out to the car if you can avoid it. Extra Tip: Be sure to check out what's being offered at the IMAX theater. It's not an absolutely necessary part of the experience, but definitely is breathtaking if they are offering something of interest to your family.Food: I recommend bringing a lunch with you for the family. There is a selection of food available for purchase there, but it's a little expensive.
The shape of the Pacific Science Center is a fantastic building. There are many children. We also have fun with them. We are big friends, which is equivalent to the science and Technology Museum of our country. We can learn a lot of knowledge, and taking pictures is also very interesting.
Really a great place especially with kids of all ages. It was huge so we didn't make it though everything. Exhibits covered the spectrum from dinosaurs to outer space, insects and reptiles (including a tropical butterfly room) to local sea life to the wonders of the human body. Each of the exhibits were geared well so everyone couldl enjoy and there were staff members there to answer questions and point out things we had missed. We had the City Pass which also included a free IMAX movie so was a great deal.
High Bicycle Ride - so freaky and so fun! Can you do it with no hands? Great overall exhibits for kids to explore and learn. From dinos to stars to nutrition to physics. Great array of things to do. There is also an IMAX theater for both educational and Hollywood movies. Be prepared for the large screen though!Can hold birthday parties here too! Parking around here can be hard if unless you valet.
I confess, it has been years since I was here but I still have fond memories of it from when I was a kid. This place was pretty much the epicenter of cool back when I was about 9. There were tons of interactive attractions, things to climb in and on and touch and pick up. I can especially remember the exhibit with the gigantic bubbles.
Children like to watch marine biology documentaries, build blocks and learn about architecture. To meet scientists and ask questions, the coolest thing is to lie on the ground in the curtain hall and watch a laser laser show, although that's an outdated technology of yesterday. In the gallery, I heard an introduction about seven planets in Aquarius that are very similar to the Earth. That's great!