Pacific Science Center began as the United States Science Pavilion during the 1962 World's Fair, with six building surrounding white arches rising above a court of reflecting pools. It features hundreds of hands-on exhibits, a planetarium, IMAX® and Laser shows.
Journey back in time and meet nine moving, roaring robotic dinosaurs, including this T-Rex.
First Alert Weather Center
Become a virtual meteorologist forecasting the weather.
Visitors often go bug-eyed with excitement exploring the Insect Village and meeting its inhabitants including some giant, robotic specimens. Highlights include a live Insect Zoo where visitors can touch - if they dare - live hissing cockroaches, walking sticks, millipedes and even go eye-to-eye with a hairy tarantula.
Tropical Butterfly House
Despite Seattle's infamously dreary weather, visitors are assured warmth and brightness inside Pacific Science Center's Tropical Butterfly House. Hundreds of free-flying colorful butterflies from arund the world will delight visitors of all ages.
Pacific Science Center's outdoor exhibit. Visitors can power a water wheel, aim at targets in the water arcade and maneuver a two-ton granite ball suspended on water.
Visitors can hand glide in a virtual city, play virtual basketball, try tic-tac-toe against a ten-foot robot, surt the Internet and more.
Boeing IMAX® Theater Pacific Science Center's Boeing IMAX® Theater features both regular IMAX® and IMAX® 3D features.