Celebrating 56 Years Of Igniting Curiosity

PacSci Perspectives Pacific Science Center opened in 1962, during the Space Race, and in correlation with the Seattle World’s Fair. Originally, it was named the United States Science Pavilion and its famous arches and the interior of the building were even...

Electric Coffin: Where The Scientific Process Becomes An Art Form

PacSci Perspectives   By the name, you probably wouldn’t guess that Electric Coffin is a multi-disciplinary studio based in Seattle. This studio is pushing the boundaries of innovation by using art as a filter to engage, excite, and craft inspired experiences....

Camps for Curious Minds: A Summer Experience Worth Repeating

PacSci Perspectives   Every summer, Pacific Science Center’s Camps for Curious Minds staff are excited when they see the familiar faces of campers who have joined in our camp program for years. So what makes Camps for Curious Minds something kids want to return...

Thankful For Our Volunteers

PacSci Perspectives   On a day where we give thanks, Pacific Science Center would like to extend a big “Thank You” to our volunteers. Without your hard work, the Science Center wouldn’t be able to serve nearly 1 million people a year. A Special...
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