Pacific Science Center

Row 1

200 2nd Ave N (at Denny Way)
Seattle, WA 98109
(206) 443-2001
Science Museum, Museum
Mon–Sun: 10:00 AM–6:00 PM

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  • This hands-on museum features IMAX movies and laser shows, plus ever-changing exhibits that include displays on dinosaurs, whales, robots and much more.
  • Visit the Willard Smith Planetarium for shows, star parties, and information about the universe. Don't forget to visit the Pacific Science Center's Science on a Sphere, located just outside the doors.
  • No need for even a small coat inside. Leaving it in the car is just fine as it is toasty throughout.
  • Go here at night and check out the fountain nearby. Romantic spot to chat.
  • Plan for a long day. This place is huge.
  • This is an official Nickelodeon Parents' Picks Award Nominee!Powered by
  • Tuts record-setting attendance was challengedtwicein the past year by 150 Picassos at SAM, and Harry Potter film props and costumes at PSC. Only time will tell if mummies can compete with Muggles.
  • Garrison Titan, Mandalorian Mercs & Alpha Base rocks!!!!
  • Did you know? Pacific Science Center began as the United States Science Pavilion, an attraction at the 1962 Worlds Fair. The same architect later designed the World Trade Center in New York.
  • HUBBLE 3D!!!
  • Amazing weather today!
  • Best IMAX 3D theater in town!
  • Definitely geared towards kids. Still fun as an adult though!
  • The traveling exhibits are always fun and educational!
  • Some fun and interactive exhibits. Check out the IMAX!
  • Fun for all ages. Plenty to do if you decide to spend the day there. Great food at the food court. Wonderful butterfly farm and awesome IMAX theater.
  • Architecturally awesome, the laser shows are great and worth seeing. But the butterfly house are my personal favorite.
  • Mole rats... very cool
  • Superb interactive displays, IMAX theatre, friendly staff. Parking is a bit of a pain in parkade w/lg vehs. TIP - many science centres in diff areas have agreement with this one 4 admission.
  • King Tut exhibit