Actually the only museum of science and industry I've ever been too. My Son had been there on a field trip a year or two earlier, and insisted to go again. Definitely worth the price. Definitely enjoyed by the both of us!
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Has so much more that one can expect to see in a single day. There is something here that will appeal to everyone and if you're open and curious you might just expand your own horizons and learn/experience something new. It's not a cheap experience...More
Very pleasantly surprised! There were authentic exhibits such as a former coal mine and a U-Boat from WW11. Both children and adults could enjoy many of the exhibits like the circus, western wagons, etc.
This museum is very fun and fascinating. I enjoyed it as a student and I still love to visit as an adult! My favorite exhibit is the submarine which you can walk through.
Amazing museum for everyone, robot exhibit is especially great for kids and adults, U505 allows everyone the ability to enter the vessel and take pictures plus you get this incredible history lesson on how the museum acquired U505, the Colleen Moore's Fairy Castle is so...More
The Museum of Science and Industry is a remarkable museum and a must see for both adults and children a like. Our recent visit was good but the SOLE PURPOSE FOR THIS VISIT, for which we had planned at least a month ahead, was to...More
WOW - We had an amazing time here gaping in awe at the amazing and informative exhibits. The U-boat exhibit was so massive they built the entire wing around it once they moved it in, and had so many artifacts on display. Pay the extra...More
We went to this museum to see a u boat that was captured in the Second World War. We were disappointed that although we would walk around it and see many of the on board artefacts, we could not go inside as it was closed...More
My husband and I visited here with general admission and we added on the tour of he U boat and the robot exhibition. Even without the 2 add on exhibitoins we could have spent most of the day here. There was plenty to see and...More