We went on a Saturday so it was quite busy (July also). There were a lot of hands on exhibits but my girls got bored pretty fast (ages 13, 12 and 9). It really would be awesome for the 10 and under in my opinion. We did spend about two hours here. Parking in the ramp nearby cost $5 because... 更多
My kids have a blast here every time they come. My 8 year old always chooses this when I give them choices of attractions to go to. It is a bit pricey--especially for adults. It is geared at kids, so I'm not sure why it is SO much for adults to get in, too. The only complaint I had was... 更多
Son wanted to go here and didn't quite know about it beforehand. Very cool if you want to know about science. Tornado Simulator (extra cost) and human hamster wheel were neat. Son biked on a tight tope across a section of building. Very neat for kids and I would definitely go!
This is a great hands on place for the kids to get out some energy. If you are there at the "right" time, you can see the snake feeding.
This part of Union Station was so much fun!! We loved trying out all the experiments and reading all the fun science facts. I have an older kid so it would have been cool if there was a teen section where there weren't small kids running into your and stepping all over you. It was a lot of fun and... 更多
My 11 year old nephew had a blast. It's not the greatest children's science center, but it's in the top 5. We spent two hours here, and he was done. He said he had a lot of fun in those two hours. They have a lot of hands on experiences for the kids. At 11, some of the things either... 更多
I'm embarrassed that Science City has been here so long and I've just now gotten around to seeing it, but am glad I didn't put it off any longer. Having been to other science museums the thing that initially impressed me was the sheer size of the facility. Union Station is a massive building and Science City is not constrained... 更多