Thankful For Our Volunteers

PacSci Perspectives   We rely on hundreds of volunteers to help achieve our mission. Each and every day we are thankful for the individuals who volunteer their time and expertise to inspire curiosity in children from across the state and fuel critical thinking in all...

Volunteer Spotlight: Dennis Harris

PacSci Perspectives Volunteers are an essential part of wonderful guest experiences at Pacific Science Center. Meet Dennis Harris, a retired Air Force Captain whose passion for science and travel is fueled by his hours spent at Pacific Science Center. How did you come...

A Learning Experiment

PacSci Perspectives Pacific Science Center’s Tinker Tank is one of our most popular attractions. Our guests just love to come in and build all sorts of stuff. Rube Goldberg-style creations, air-powered rockets, small creations that fly in our vertical wind...

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...
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