The science center is part hands on Museum (skews into a bit younger age ranges) Part Planetarium. Check out what special events they have an go look at the stars.
Cool place to go and is free admission and if do not mind little walk can park on Oakland free also.
Museum and planetarium, the iconic McDonnell Planetarium can easily be seen day or night from the highway.
Great place to bring the family to, different exhibits travel through the Saint Louis Science Center and is a must-see. Learn about a multitude of topics ranging from atoms, oceans, animals to dinosaurs. Also, check out the Omnimax theatre to watch science-related movies/shows and the Planetarium to…
A great place to take the family to explore! It also has a large Omni Max Theatre.
SCIENCE! It's in the name. Free admission for most of the facility. Worth the exploration. A planetarium and immersive IMAX experience can be found here as well.
The Saint Louis Science Center, founded as a planetarium in 1963, is a collection of buildings including a science museum and planetarium in St. Louis, Missouri, on the southeastern corner of Forest Park.
Great place for kids to have fun and get a little education at the same time.
Free admission to the science center exhibits with an admission fee for the Planetarium and OMNIMAX.
The Science Center always has new exhibits going on and the Omnimax. General admission is free, but you do have to pay for certain exhibits and attractions. Located in Forest Park 5 min from The Grove.
“The St. Louis zoo is free to enter and full of amazing opportunities for visitors and their families.￼”
“If you like art this is the museum to see! Spend the day getting lost in this fabulous museum ”
“Must visit, so much to do and pretty much everything is free! Check out the art museum, the zoo, and the botanical gardens!”
“City Museum is a great place for kids and adults. It has multiple levels of tunnels, art, and activities for all ages.”