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Arizona Science Center The Arizona Science Center offers hands-on, eye-opening fun with more than 300 interactive exhibits in five themed galleries, a state-of-the-art planetarium, five-story giant-screen theater, live demonstrations, and traveling exhibitions. Experience the sciences and technologies that flourish in Arizona and affect your everyday life.

Permanent Exhibits:

ALL ABOUT YOU - Both mind and body are the subjects of this gallery devoted to human life. Learn about the physiology of moving, the mechanisms of healing, patterns of learning and remembering, and new biotechnologies.

ARIZONA LIGHT AND COLOR - Learn about light and Arizona's spectacular skies.

FAB LAB - Experiment in open-ended fashion with basic forces: gravity, friction, and magnetism. See demonstrations by visiting experts, who might be your neighbors.

NETWORKS - Information technology ties us all together - try some of the ways.

EXPLORING YOUR MIND - From addiction to speech patterns this exhibit area explores many of the mysteries of the human mind. Do not miss our What is Addiction? exhibits that look at the physical changes in the brain when an addiction is present and the new technology that has made these changes visible. This area includes a tot play area for visitors under 5 years of age.


Hours: The Center is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily. (Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas)
Address: 600 E. Washington St.
Phone: 602-716-2000
Our Email: info@azscience.org
Our Website:www.azscience.org

Admission
 
Non-Member
Member

Adult

Child (3-12)
Senior (62+)

Adult

Child (3-12)
Senior (62+)

General Admission

$9

$7

Free

Add Giant-Screen Film
(Film only-- without General Admission-- $7)

$7

$5

$5 for adults
$4 for child & seniors

Add Planetarium Presentation

$5

$4

Free

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