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Last time I went to LSC was over ten years ago. I have very fond memories. However, I feel the center has become very sloppy in layout. It feels more like an overpriced indoor playground for very young children rather than a science center.
Over 15 years since I have been to the center. I was totally amazed by the extensive improvements. The little ones will be thrilled to have so many interactive exhibits but as a senior so did I. Need hours to experience all that the center...More
We bought tickets via Groupon which saved money. I suggest starting on the top floor and work your way down since I felt it was the most fun for younger kids; more reading to do on the lower floors. Bring your own lunch.
While this science center would be of interest to people of all ages, it has become a magnet for school age children so expect bus loads of kids (literally) and young families. Don’t forget to bring the grandparents, too, because there is such a diversity...More
We visited Liberty Science Center on a Saturday morning in January using the Bank of America Museums on Us promotion. We assumed it would be very crowded, but it wasn’t (near opening on the morning). The quality and variety of exhibits was great and appealing...More
I visited the science center when my children were young some 25 years ago. I returned with my daughter and 4 year old grandson recently.There was plenty for my grandson to do and look at. Matter of fact it seemed to be catering to the...More
Something interesting at every step. Went with my son he had a wonderful time. I was also mesmerized by the way they make things that are everyday, like bacteria into something kids can see and understand.
So much to see so get there as early as possible. Check out every nook and cranny. You can easily spend a day there and not see everything. Many theaters so choose carefully. Absolutely LOVED the exhibit where you sit around a glob-like white "ball"...More