World’s largest dedicated Laser Dome reopens with Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night shows.
PacSci’s Camps for Curious Minds offer more than 100 unique camp experiences across multiple locations for kids in grades PreK–8.
Registration now open!
Explora las actividades y recursos educativos de Pacific Science Center Curiosidad en Casa ahora en español!
Explore Pacific Science Center’s Curiosity at Home resources now in Spanish!
Onsite Operations Update
PacSci is pleased to announce we will soon reopen for the general public.
We will start with the Laser Dome and IMAX® theaters this spring, followed by the reopening of several experiences on campus in July, including the Tropical Butterfly House, Planetarium, Tinker Tank maker space, Live Science Stage, and Dinosaurs. We will also be serving thousands of young scientists through in-person and virtual camps this summer. We look forward to welcoming the community back to the Pacific Science Center campus.
The pandemic was a catalyst for innovation at PacSci. We are refining our model and doubling down on our priorities. Our educators found innovative ways to increase access to STEM programs. We launched BHLDN Anthropologie Fresna grey formal dress 10 and virtual field trips to reach students during a time of major disruption to in-person learning. We have nearly doubled the number of camp scholarships offered to students in need. As guest experiences reopen, we will apply the same mindset to make important updates to the PacSci facility, which will celebrate its 60th anniversary this summer.
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Curiosity Never Closes: Support PacSci
While we undergo our renewal, we are still serving the community. We depend on support from you.
Curiosity at Home
Camps for Curious Minds
PacSci Virtual Field Trips
COVID-19 Guest Policies
Thank You to Pacific Science Center’s Leading Corporate Supporters.
Additional support comes from more than 1,500 individuals, companies and foundations that donate to Pacific Science Center each year, as well as more than 20,000 member households from every corner of Washington State and around the country.