Celebrating 54 Years Of Inspiring 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...

Build-It Days At Pacific Science Center

PacSci Perspectives Most of our exhibits are designed to encourage a hands-on component or experiment in some way, while some of our special exhibits, such as The Art of the Brick, a display of artwork made completely out of LEGO bricks herald the mantra “Look...

Find The LEGO Figure In Seattle

PacSci Perspectives For the next few weeks, Pacific Science Center’s LEGO figure will be traveling around Seattle to popular attractions for your chance to win two free tickets to The Art of the Brick. Each day, starting Thursday, July 28, we’ll snap a...

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 programs for years. So what makes Camps for Curious Minds something kids want to return...

Star Trek Marathon

IMAX At Pacific Science Center Home of Seattle's Ultimate IMAX Experience.   Tickets are now on-sale for Star Trek fans to be among the first to see Star Trek Beyond: An IMAX 3D Experience on Wednesday, July 20 along with the first two Star Trek films in the most...
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