Sci-Tech Is Temporarily Closed

Unfortunately, a major mechanical problem has forced Sci-Tech to temporarily close the museum.

Although we are working to mitigate the multitude of problems caused by the rupture of the main water pipe, our building will be out-of-service for an extended time.

However, during this forced closure, Sci-Tech will be using this opportunity to enhance exhibits, so when we are able to reopen, Sci-Tech will have new and improved exhibits for all.

Although our building is temporarily closed, our outreach programs are continuing. Our Traveling Science Program is available to present programs at schools, libraries, and other venues, and we are continuing our Outdoor Telescopic Astronomy Nights.

See our displays at the Gardino Elementary (Clayton) Science Fair on Friday, April 28 at 6:00pm.

See our Traveling Science Presentation at Wacky Science Night at Wilson Elementary (Adams Center) on Friday, March 24 at 6:15 and 7:15pm.

If you are able to help Sci-Tech during this challenging time, please consider making a donation to: Sci-Tech Center, 154 Stone Street, Watertown, NY 13601.

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Help Sci-Tech Recover

Support us through GoFundMe at:                                Or, mail a donation to: Sci-Tech Center, 154 Stone Street, Watertown, NY 13601 Your donation will help to restore the location, replace and update damaged exhibits and equipment, as well as the cost of any repairs. Our goal is to…

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Looking To Host An Event

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!

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Free Admissions Worldwide!

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.

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