Museum of Science and Technology Syracuse
Where is it at?
Museum of Science and Technology
500 S Franklin St
Tel: 315 425 9068
Where are we going today?
MOST Museum Of Science and Technology
Stand out features include the Science Playhouse which looks like a kooky soft play adventure but actually offers significant scientific principles which can be learnt thorugh play.
Discovery Cave is a convincing life sized recreation for geological epxloration, including a Coral Reef Adventure tank, fossil pit and volcano walk.
Technotown is a kinetic wonderland guaranteed to make you ALL smile as you set the whizzing balls etc in motion.
Plus flight and motion simulators, planetarium and Imax theatre.
How much does it cost?
- AdultsFrom $12
- ChildrenFrom $10
- Free Under: 2 years.
When can we go?
he MOST exhibits are open from 10am to 5pm Wednesday thru Sunday. Extended hours for IMAX movies on
Cafe and vending machines offered..
Any Top Tips?
Motion Simulator and Planetarium charge independently but must be on top of a full admissions ticket, they can't be visited alone. Plametaiurm hours are hours are Saturdays and Sundays at 11:15am and 3:15pm..
Can I get one of those?
The Science Store is open Wednesday through Sunday: 10am to 5pm..
Birthday parties also offered, plus summer and night camp outs..
What people are saying?
by Robert Lemp
Great fun for children. run the IMAX theater. planetarium had interesting presentation. even an amateur radio exhibit, girl it was tucked back in a dark corner.
by ACT Home Inspections Inc.
Take my daughter here for playing and learning about science. The facility is very good and the IMAX theater is very nice. Would be nice to see things in better condition and maintained when they are broken. I know children are rough on things so some breakage is expected. The play tower is amazing and my daughter had such a great time with it. She also loved the flight simulators. Would be nice to see some more information about the environment/nature.
by Carrie Cmor
Museum was pretty good, however three quarters of the exhibits were broken. I understand that there are going to be a couple here and there that are going to be broken from children abusing them, but when that many are broken, the experience is lost.
by Matthew M Morrow
Typical kids science museum. Lots to do for the kids with a large play area as well. I've seen bigger and better places but not bad. Buildings made of of toothpicks is a must see.
by Patrick Flavin
Good museum, but more geared towards kids