Pacific Science Center

5.0 20 Reviews

Museum in Seattle

200 2nd Ave N

Offers interactive programs for communities, classrooms, and on campus. You can launch rockets, create electric circuits, and more. They also have an arena with free-flying tropical butterflies. They have 2 IMAX theaters, a planetarium, and a laser dome.

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  • Kids Menu — Yes

    Kids menu items are available in the Cafe.

  • Parking — Yes

    Free garage parking.

  • Stroller Friendly — Yes

  • Highchairs — Yes

  • Good for Nursing — Yes

  • Indoor Play — Yes

  • Restrooms — Yes

  • Good for Play — Yes

  • Changing Tables — Yes

  • Mothers Room — Yes

★★★★★

This place has everything to entertain little ones and older ones alike! It is full of learning, hands on experimenting. The staff are extremely friendly and love to teach kids. They are appropriate with all ages and know how to encourage and interact with them. We spend two or three hours in there each visit about once or twice a month and are never bored! The yearly membership is incredibly w... More

★★★★★

My son's favorite place, loves the dinosaurs, the indoor playground, the interactive exhibits...the membership is so worth it

★★★★★

She doesn't speak doesn't walk, but loves to watch the children. The butterfly exhibit was a peaceful place to carry her in our arms (but note the warm tropical setting back to the A/C is a sensation the baby may fuss about)

★★★★★

We homeschool and have a membership and love going during the week. It’s less crowded and there’s so much to do and look at.

★★★★★

Great tot area, and plenty for older kids around the museum.

It’s going to be a scorcher this weekend so head inside to the Pacific Science Center. Get smart in time for back to school with interactive exhibits open daily from 10am to 6pm.

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Fun

★★★★★

Long term exhibits are fun and educational. Planetarium, play area for small children and a space for temporary exhibits too.

★★★★★

Kids can learn about just about everything there

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