«Category»  : «Science»  : Museums and Exhibits
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«Category»  : «Science»  : Museums and Exhibits Sites
Arizona Science Center «
Site Details: http://www.azscience.org
  Provides hands-on exhibits, a planetarium, a large-screen theater, and extensive educational services and resources for students and teachers.
Cit? des Sciences et de l'Industrie - Paris, France «
Site Details: http://www.cite-sciences.fr
  Museum and science center including exhibits, a conference hall, interactive media, and learning experiences.
Invent Now «
Site Details: http://www.invent.org
  Organization aims to celebrate and foster the spirit and practice of invention.
Liberty Science Center «
Site Details: http://www.lsc.org
  Exhibits, educational programs, shows, camp-ins, IMAX theater, online learning resources, and more for the exploration of nature, humanity, and technology.
Museum of the History of Science, University of Oxford (England) «
Site Details: http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk
  Includes a collection of historic scientific instruments.
National Museum of Science & Industry (England) «
Site Details: http://www.nmsi.ac.uk
  Comprised of The Science Museum, London; The National Railway Museum, York; and The National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, Bradford.
Orlando Science Center «
Site Details: http://www.osc.org
  Build a bridge, fire a laser and touch an alligator, all in one day.
St. Louis Science Center «
Site Details: http://www.slsc.org
  Serves as a bridge between scientist and layperson, encouraging an understanding of ecology and the environment, humanity, technology, and the space sciences, and how each interrelates.
TryScience «
Site Details: http://www.tryscience.org
  Offers interactive activities and experiments online and off, and a changing gallery of resources from a host of science centers worldwide.
Vulcania «
Site Details: http://www.vulcania.com
  Scientific exploration park where visitors can experience the planetary dynamics which shape the Earth's surface, the multiple facets of volcanism and the phenomena that accompany them.

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