- Hours: Open daily except Thanksgiving1 and December 25
- Reservations: Not required
- Cost: Entrance fee, extra charge for giant-screen films, special exhibits and planetarium
- Location: Downtown Phoenix Heritage and Science Park, driving directions below
- How Long: Allow two hours
- Best Time to Visit: Any time
Arizona Science Center ReviewThe Arizona Science Center offers giant-screen films and a planetarium, newly updated in 2008. Their permanent exhibits include over 100 hand-on exhibits in five galleries. You can learn more about the human body and mind, music, forces of nature, networks and how a house is built. The Arizona Science Center is popular with visitors and local alike, and it was named best local museum by the Arizona Republic newspaper.
Before you leave the Arizona Science Center, stop by the Information Desk get your parking validated.
If You Liked the Arizona Science Center, You May Also Like:
- California Science Center, Los Angeles
- Pacific Science Center, Seattle
- Museum of Nature and Science, Denver
Getting to the Arizona Science Center
Arizona Science CenterWhile visiting the Arizona Science Center, you can park in the garages on the southeast corner of 5th and Monroe Streets or the southwest corner of 7th and Washington Streets.
600 East Washington St
Arizona Science Center Website
1 Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November.