Taylor Community Science Resource Center

Jack Taylor, a longtime St. Louis philanthropist, donated $2.5 million to the Saint Louis Science Center to help improve science learning opportunities throughout the region.

Through his namesake the Taylor Community Science Resource Center, the Science Center is able to meet one of the metropolitan area’s most critical needs: high-quality science and technology programming and education for teens, educators, parents, and community-based organizations.

To learn how your group or organization can benefit from the Taylor Community Science Resource Center, contact our Educational Outreach department at 314.289.1414.

About Taylor Center

The Taylor Center, which opened in 2003, is a state-of-the-art, 69,000-square-foot facility at 4900 Manchester. It houses several classrooms and multipurpose rooms that can be used for after-school programming, professional development for educators, community-wide and family programming, and more.

The Taylor Center provides a space for hands-on science activities, as well as technology access to disenfranchised audiences. It also houses the Science Center’s extensive natural history and science collection, as well as an expanded resource library to help teachers strengthen their curricula and connect with recent science and technology discoveries.

Become a member.

Support our community connections with a Saint Louis Science Center membership. Members bolster the Saint Louis Science Center’s ability to develop innovative exhibitions, educational programming and events that encourage everyone to discover a passion for science and technology.