Save up to 55% on Pacific Science Center and -1 other Seattle attractions with the Go Seattle Card.
Every visit to Pacific Science Center is unique, engaging and fun for the whole family. In addition to our daily live science demonstrations, IMAX® films, planetarium and laser shows, we feature traveling exhibits that vary throughout the year.
We’ve featured blockbuster exhibits with authentic artifacts (such as the Dead Sea Scrolls) and real fossils (including Lucy, the famous fossil of an early human ancestor). We’ve also explored the intersections of science, art and math with Animation and Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers exhibits.
Located under the arches near the Space Needle, 206-443-2001. Find out what’s new today at www.pacificsciencecenter.org.
Paid parking is available in its James Albert Claypool Memorial Garage which is located at the corner of Second Avenue North and Denny Way and provides a covered walkway directly into Pacific Science Center's south entrance.
Included General Admission with the Go Seattle Card. Tickets to the Planetarium and IMAX theatres must be purchased separately.
In December, to accommodate holiday visitors to Seattle, the Harry Potter exhibit will be open from 10 am to 8 pm from Sunday, December 19 – Thursday, December 23, 2010 and from Sunday December 26, 2010 – Sunday, January 2, 2011. "Harry Potter: The Exhibition" will also be open from 10 am to 3 pm on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2010, but closed all day on Christmas, December 25, 2010.
Comments about Smart Destinations Pacific Science Center:
The Pacific Science Center is a great place for famlies to go to. With a dino exhibit, a butterfly garden, and a giant movie theater, the science never gets old.