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All reviews butterfly exhibit hands on activities rainy day recent visit visited for the first time season pass attention span children and adults a lot of fun two hours exhibits ge grandson nasa twin magnet membership
I study neuroscience and thought that the brain section of the museum was very interesting and very informative. Also really enjoyed the GE exhibit. Was upset that we did not get to go into the planetarium, but otherwise, was a good visit.
Fabulous museum - very friendly staff. Free lunch for the kids in the summer too! Museum was so good with excellent hands on activities - we kept a 4,6,8 and 9 year old occupied for two hours, then went to the planetarium to see the...More
Visited for the first time with my 9 yo. grandson. What a wonderful visit from the moment we entered the main entrance. All hands-on experiences. Where he didn't understand what he was learning, I did and came away with greater knowledge as well. From the...More
During a recent visit to Schenectady we visited the Museum. We had a guided tour by the Marketing Director who was very informed and proud of her product. We walked through a number of exhibits from wind, rain, observatory, but the one that really grabbed...More
We had traveled about 30 minutes out of our way to go to this museum, hoping for a unique science museum experience, but it was not what I expected. I think it is a good thing to have in the space and it had some...More
I took my 4 year old granddaughter to the museum especially to see the planetarium show. I knew it would be crowded as it was vacation week. The place was packed..people parking on and ruining the lawn as the paved lot was full. Very blah...More
We took our twin granddaughters (5) here over the Christmas holidays....and I don't know who had more fun, the girls or their daddy or their grandparents! It was a fascinating morning with so many interesting things to see and do for everyone. The time just...More
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The Amtrak station is @ Liberty & Erie just walk up Liberty about three blocks and turn right on Nott Terrace and cross the street go half block and turn right, go up hill on Nott Terrace Heights one block and your @ the... More
The Amtrak station is @ Liberty & Erie just walk up Liberty about three blocks and turn right on Nott Terrace and cross the street go half block and turn right, go up hill on Nott Terrace Heights one block and your @ the museum .
About10-15 minutes from Amtrak station.