Pacific Science Center - Seattle, WA
Posted by: riston2
N 47° 37.124 W 122° 21.054
10T E 548775 N 5274129
Quick Description: One of the world's largest science museums.
Location: Washington, United States
Date Posted: 10/30/2006 9:56:36 PM
Waymark Code: WMWYT
The Pacific Science Center is one of the biggest science museums in the world. It has two IMAX theaters, one of the world's largest laser domes, and a planetarium. It was designed by Minoru Yamasaki. He is the same man who designed the World Trade Center. The Pacific Science Center regularly has a traveling exhibits and many permanent exhibits as well. It has over 16,000 members all of whom can get into over 250 other science museums world wide. The building was originally used for the world's fair in 1962 and called the U.S. Science Pavilion. The Pacific Science Center is one of the best science museums around. Whenever you visit this building please include a photo of it to prove you were there.
Name: Pacific Science Center
200 Second Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109
Seattle, WA United States
Telephone Number: 206.443.2001
Web Site: [Web Link]
Type/Specialty: Science and lots of it
Educational programs: Traveling Science Vans
Theater: Two IMAX Theaters and one Laser Dome
Admission Fee: Members:FREE Adults:$10 Seniors: $8 Juniors (3-12) $7
Gift Shop: yes
Cafe/Restaurant: It has a cafe though I can't remember the name.
Other Features: Planetarium
Agency/Ownership: Not listed
Hours of operation: Not listed
Post one photo of the museum that is a different view from the one on the page, and describe your visit. Add any additional information that you may have about this building. A GPSr photo is NOT required.