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Museum of Science & Technology

500 S Franklin St, Armory Square, Syracuse, NY 13202-1245
+1 315-425-9068
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Great spot!

Parking is a bit tough here, but this little museum was great! Our toddler was a tad young for it... read more

Reviewed 11 November 2015
Harte_Family
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Ottawa, Canada
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I loved it as a kid. I love it as an adult. This is one of my sons favorite places to go! Always so... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2015
Jennifer S
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The Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology is a hands-on science museum for people of all ages covering everything from Nano science to dark matter. We have hundreds of exhibits filling 35,000 square feet of space, as well as the only public planetarium in Central New York and the only domed IMAX(R) theater in New York state. Our mission is to be a pre-eminent science and technology center, inspiring all generations through hands-on education and entertainment. Have the MOST fun while you discover, learn & play!
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  • Very good36%
  • Average15%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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500 S Franklin St, Armory Square, Syracuse, NY 13202-1245
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Reviewed 11 November 2015

Parking is a bit tough here, but this little museum was great! Our toddler was a tad young for it, but he was amused in the toddler space for hours and could have stayed longer. Would definitely go back!

3  Thank Harte_Family
MOSTSyracuse, Public Relations Manager at Museum of Science & Technology, responded to this reviewResponded 12 November 2015

We're glad you enjoyed your visit. Thanks for the great review! Maria Welych Director of Marketing & Public Relations Museum of Science & Technology

Reviewed 18 October 2015 via mobile

I loved it as a kid. I love it as an adult. This is one of my sons favorite places to go! Always so much to do. Educational and fun!

3  Thank Jennifer S
MOSTSyracuse, Public Relations Manager at Museum of Science & Technology, responded to this reviewResponded 19 October 2015

We're very glad that you enjoyed your visit! Come see us again, because things are always changing.

Reviewed 16 October 2015

First of all the directions to get there is so easy. 2. if you park outback it is only 5 dollars ,just go under the bridge outback. 3. this place is huge and makes you really learn a lot about rocks,your body,flying simulaters,space,well I should...More

3  Thank CainthesharK
MOSTSyracuse, Public Relations Manager at Museum of Science & Technology, responded to this reviewResponded 19 October 2015

We're very glad you enjoyed your visit! Next time you come, bring your parking receipt from the Trolley Lot behind the MOST and get it stamped at the admissions desk. That will get you a $2 discount on the pricing! My children loved the playhouse,...More

Reviewed 19 September 2015 via mobile

It's a nice museum, little but great for kids. Me and my friends came here to kill some time and it was interesting. Exhibits on the human body, space, geography and engineering and I got this nice little geode.

1  Thank Alejandro B
MOSTSyracuse, Public Relations Manager at Museum of Science & Technology, responded to this reviewResponded 19 October 2015

We're glad you enjoyed your visit, and thank you for the review. Our new exhibit is open now, and look for a new and improved climbing wall coming soon.

Reviewed 3 September 2015

I was traveling/driving from NYC to Niagara Falls and needed to stop, so that my 5 1/2 year old can release some energy. I used my NY science center museum membership (ASTC) to get in for free. The museum is on the small side and...More

2  Thank gyk42
MOSTSyracuse, Public Relations Manager at Museum of Science & Technology, responded to this reviewResponded 19 October 2015

You caught us between exhibits in our traveling exhibit area. Our latest exhibit, Model Mania, is up now, and we are working on upgrading our climbing wall with some fun, interactive features. Look for our newest permanent exhibit, on energy, to open by the end...More

Reviewed 1 September 2015 via mobile

Our ages ranged from 5 to 56 and we were kept busy the entire afternoon. The IMAX theater showed a movie on the migration of monarch butterflies and kept everyone's attention. Even the adults in our group (elementary teachers who've taught the life cycle of...More

3  Thank Donna M
MOSTSyracuse, Public Relations Manager at Museum of Science & Technology, responded to this reviewResponded 19 October 2015

We're very glad your group enjoyed your visit. Thanks for the great review, and look for new and improved exhibits trhough the end of this year.

Reviewed 1 September 2015

I've never experienced a heavy crowd here so this is a great stop! Some of the exhibits are aging and could use some TLC, but all around a good learning experience. A good winter (poor weather) stop as there is a huge indoor play center...More

2  Thank MrsDodge79
MOSTSyracuse, Public Relations Manager at Museum of Science & Technology, responded to this reviewResponded 12 November 2015

Glad you enjoyed your visit. Thanks for the great review! Maria Welych Director of Marketing & Public Relations Museum of Science & Technology

Reviewed 20 August 2015

Two different groups of first graders from our school went on field trips and had vastly different experiences. The day the first group went did not have many other people there, so it was much better than the crowds the second group endured.More

1  Thank Mary S
MOSTSyracuse, Public Relations Manager at Museum of Science & Technology, responded to this reviewResponded 19 October 2015

Most school groups visit the MOST in May or June. For a truly exception experience, consider coming earlier in the school year. You can add on science demonstrations, experiments, or workshops for an additional fee, and our top-notch education department can work with you to...More

Reviewed 19 August 2015

Great place for the whole family. When you want to feed your inner scientist and want to discover new and exciting wonders about the world. Great time for family's.

1  Thank Brandon H
Reviewed 17 August 2015

This museum is housed in a great historic armory, although we had trouble initially figuring out where the entrance was - we approached from the back side without knowing it, and there was no signage on that side. My kids (5 & 8) enjoyed the...More

1  Thank Momoftwo06
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