Members enjoy FREE parking and FREE tickets with EVERY visit!
|The Discovery of King Tut
(Recommended for ages 8+)
|James S. McDonnell Planetarium||$5.00||$5.00||$5.00|
Save even more by doubling up on films on the same day. See films back-to-back or schedule a break to explore the Science Center.
Looking for an excellent employee reward, holiday gift or conference attendee giveaway? The Science Center offers discounted bulk voucher purchases to the amazing OMNIMAX® Theater, good for any of our regularly scheduled films.
Inquire for details and pricing. Not valid on special screenings, special events or full-length feature films.
Discover more during your group’s visit by including one of our featured add-ons. Find the best activity for your group, or contact our Group Sales Manager at 314.289.1419 to see what perfect formula we can create for you.
To request an add-on activity for your group’s visit, please inquire for scheduling and availability.
Experience a fun and interactive live show on a variety of amazing science topics. Demonstrations include Boiling Hot, Boiling Cold; It’s a Blast; Creepy Chemistry and many more.
$100 for groups of up to 100 people.
Take a guided tour of the Saint Louis Science Center’s newest permanent outdoor gallery—GROW. Learn about the science behind the food we eat and what’s growing in our gardens, and then chat with the Science Center’s resident chickens.
￼GROW Guided Tours start at $150 for a 45-minute tour for up to 25 people, or $175 for up to 50 people.
Attend a 30-minute Amazing Science Demonstration called “Now Hear This!” and then get hands-on with an hour-long instrument building workshop where groups will create a custom instrument from recyclable materials. Groups can take their instruments home to keep making music every day.
Experience a day in the life of a forensic scientist. Groups will suit up in lab coats and safety gear, review suspect profiles and analyze forensic samples to create a hypothesis. Get firsthand experience lifting fingerprints, blood typing, analyzing DNA samples and using forensic botany techniques. Only as a crime-busting team will groups be able to solve the murder mystery and find out “whodunit.”