Animatronic dinosaurs, a planetarium, two IMAX theaters, a Tropical Butterfly House, a Laser Done, and heaps of interactive exhibits spread over six acres make the Pacific Science Center one of the better places for kids to spend a long rainy afternoon — or a sunny one at that. Prices are offered somewhat a la carte, with admission to the regular exhibits and IMAX movies available separate or as a combined ticket; full pricing information is available on their Web site.
Recent Traveler Reviews
Disappointing science museum
Disappointed. Definitely didn’t meet the expectations. Most of exposed items are generic (have seen before elsewhere in more creative displays...) with several of them charged separately (although...
Not mentioning climate change
I liked almost all the exhibits here. The butterfly house was great, as was the reality exhibit. But we went to the planetarium to see a show called Pole to Pole. This was about rising…