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...

Learn To Code With Tech Creations

PacSci Perspectives Learn to code. You hear all sorts of people talking about the importance of teaching young and old alike how to write computer code, but how do you get started? We have a program that does just that. It’s called Tech Creations and it’s...

Night Walk On The Wild Side

PacSci Perspectives September is here, school is getting under way, the weather is changing, football is starting, and our staff at Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center in Bellevue is gearing up for one of our favorite programs. Night Walks at the Slough are...

PacSci Podcast: Explaining LWWIP

PacSci Perspectives Yes, it’s still summer but now is the time for Eastside high school students to register for one amazing program that begins this fall. One of Pacific Science Center’s best programs is part of our collaboration with the City of Bellevue...

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...

A Bounty Of Planets

PacSci Perspectives Pacific Science Center is kicking off a new lecture series with a great event Tuesday, August 2. It’s called “A Bounty of Planets” and it’s the first in our Science in the City Lecture Series. This first event includes a showing of A Beautiful...
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