Ignite imagination and spark creativity with over 26,000 square feet of fun, interactive science and technology exhibits!
The center really encourages kids to learn about fascinating topics such as chemistry, engineering, biology, flight, energy and physics through feel, touch, experience and active inquiry.
There are 65 captivating exhibits to really engage the kids and their minds - and most importantly, making science fun!
Whoosh! Want to send a water rocket shooting up into the air? If you pump a little more - it will go higher! Or perhaps you want to build your own flying device?
Get up close with cool little creatures in the reptile and turtle tanks. Observe them in the natural environment - what are they doing? How are they interacting? You can even have a look at the tarantulas! If you are brave enough...as well as see a live ball python!
if you want to explore our incredible universe, head for the astronomy tent where you can look up and learn all about the night sky and it's stars, or understand the effects of gravity on crystal formations in space!
They also offer self guided field trips, or fun summer camps for grades 3 and up, as well as run super interesting planetarium and science shows as part of their outreach program.
Come and enjoy science - it can be fun!
Seniors, military and students.
The fourth Friday of every month is Family Night from 6 to 8pm! Each Family Night will include a different activity for all ages so is really great for the whole family. During the evening, staff and volunteers will be available to assist with the exhibits as well as the activity of the night.
Science is waiting to be discovered at 811 W Main Ave, in Spokane!
If you want to take advantage of one of their field trips, make sure you call at least one week in advance because they can get quite booked up, and we don't want you missing out!
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Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 6pm; Sunday 11am to 5pm.
Closed Mondays and major holidays.
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