1. MrRJMGREEN

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    We went when they had the Titanic exhibit, and it was downright awesome. The woman with whom I went was a health food fanatic, so we did not eat there, so, I can not say anything about that. However, it was a nice exhibit, we were treated well, my fellow tourists were friendly, and it was just a wonderful experience.

  2. becca lyons

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    I’ve been coming here since I was 4 years old myself and I’m happy to say my kids come here now and love it just as much as me. It keeps my kids entertained for hours. Definitely recommend this place! I’ve never had a problem!

  3. Kelly Law Team

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    Great to have this exhibit in the heart of downtown Phoenix. There are several interesting ideas that kids love. Close to good restaurants and parking, this place is a great place to make a weekend visit.

  4. Jojo B.

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    Cost way too much for the experience. They should not be charging for the imax shows.That would at least make up for everything else. The imax show seemed like it was created with 1990s technology. Graphics were lame. Definitely not worth 9 bucks to see. I might’ve felt better if Imax was included but its an additional charge on top of $16.95 fee. Waste of money if you ask me. $70 down the drain.

  5. Eileen L. Smith

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    My review of: Arizona Science CenterMy children would live here if they could. There is discount parking in the garage as long as you remember to get your parking pass validated inside. Getting a membership here is well worth the price. Entry is quicker. I’ve seen the insane line of people waiting to get in. So come as early as you can. It will take all day to discover all the fun in these 4 stories. Yes, there are elevator but sometimes that is a long wait as well.There is a cafe & gift shop. In the corner between them is the entrance to the lunch room for those who want to pack in their lunch. A new exhibit that has a paper airplane launcher is a big hit for my older children. A Water works exhibit lets children see water’s effects on gears, ball, water pressure and music. Prepare for your children to get very wet as they put pipes together to guide water along paths of their own devising.Find out what goes into making a house, how your body works, how electricity works, how rocks are formed, experience “Forces of Nature”, and alternate clean energy.