HOCKEY: Faster Than Ever

Tickets on sale now for new limited-run interactive exhibition!
Exhibition only open at this time through Feb. 27, 2022.

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Proof of COVID vaccination or negative PCR test required for entry for guests age 12 and older. Learn more

$5 Ticket Wednesdays

Join us every Wednesday for $5 to our limited-run exhibition, HOCKEY: Faster Than Ever! Excludes Wednesday until February 16.

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Proof of COVID vaccination or negative PCR test required for entry for guests age 12 and older. Learn more

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Onsite Operations Update

We are excited to host the world-premiere exhibition, HOCKEY: Faster Than Ever, which is open through Feb. 27, 2022. Other areas of our facility are not open to the public for general admission as we plan a renewal. We continue to find innovative ways to serve the community through online programming. Learn more about planning your future visit.

Please Note: Our South Entrance will be closed for the presentation of HOCKEY: Faster Than Ever. The North Entrance is the only point of entry for this special exhibition.

There is an accessible drop-off location along 2nd Ave, between Pacific Science Center and the Children’s Theater.

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While we undergo our renewal, we are still serving the community. We depend on support from you.

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HOCKEY: Faster Than Ever

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