St. Louis Science Center
August 13, 2022
10:00am – 5:30pm
Location: 5050 Oakland Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110Category: Youth Group | Coordinator: Josh McDowell
St. Louis Science Center Trip - We will all try to meet at the Center at 10:00am. The Center stays open until 5:30pm, yet you are not obligated to stay the entire time. Admission to the center is free. To see the full list of events going on for the calendar day of August 13, please visit https://www.slsc.org/calendar-of-events/2022-08-13/ for more information. The Omnimax Theater will be showing “Ancient Caves” at 10am, 1:15pm, & 4:45pm, “Ireland” at 11:00am & 2:30pm, “Dream Big” at 12:00pm, & “Wings Over Water” at 3:45pm all which run for 45 minutes. The cost is $11 for ages 13-59, $9 for ages 2-12 & 60+. The Planetarium will host “The Little Star That Could” at 10:15am (45 minutes), “Live Sky Tonight” at 11:30am & 3:15pm (1 hour), “Stars Around The World” at 12:45pm (1 hour), “Gateway To The Solar System” at 2:00pm (1 hour), & “Stars Around The World” (1 hour). The cost is $6 for ages 13-59, $5 for ages 2-12 & 60+. Parking cost $15 if you park in the lot near the building. The planetarium entrance is closed are parking is currently not available. While the cost can get up there to enjoy all the attractions, there are benefits to becoming a member. Free parking, free admission to the Omnimax & Planetarium, & free Discovery Room tickets are reasons enough to become a member if you have 3 or more in your family. Visit https://www.slsc.org/join-give/become-a-member/ to see which membership seems right for your family.