We are please to announce that all Sci-Tech exhibits are now open, including our most popular displays: The Shadow Room, and the Giant Kaleidoscope. Also, the Young Children’s Room is again open. In addition, we have added some new exhibits such as Colorful Chemistry, a hands-on experiment with chromatography, and Hidden Sounds converting ultrasonic sounds so we can hear them.
Temporarily, our museum hours will be Saturdays only, from 10:00am to 3:00pm However, we will also be open on Friday, November 25 after Thanksgiving.
Museum admission is $4.00 per person regardless of age.
Along with exhibits, Sci-Tech also features a Science Gift Shop with science kits, science novelties, and unique items meant to intrigue young and old alike.
Some of the other very popular exhibits now open include: Microscopes and microscopic life, the Giant Magnet, The Pipe Organ, the Hand Battery, Optical Illusions, Plasma Globe, Trace the Gear, Stereo Hearing, and more.Continue reading
The Sci-Tech Gaming Group will host a science/ Science-Fiction related tabletop gaming day on Saturday, December 10, beginning at 10:00am. The event is open to all ages, but children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. Science-themed games to be focused on include “Terraforming Mars,” “Wingspan” and “Space Park.”…
Science toys, games, books, miscellaneous jewelry, and much more!
Looking to host an event? Check out our Traveling Science Program! Sci-Tech now has a Traveling Science Program available to visit your school, youth group, community center, or other venue!
If you are a member of the Sci-Tech Center, you are eligible to enjoy free admission to more than 300 other museums in such places as Syracuse, Rochester, Ithaca, Chicago, Baltimore, Toronto, Boston, Ottawa, and many more. It is called the ASTC Passport Program.