This season, give the gift that keeps giving all year long—a membership to Pacific Science Center. Members enjoy unlimited access to PacSci for a year; free and discounted laser and IMAX shows; invitations to exclusive events and lecture series; all while helping build a community empowered by science.
At Pacific Science Center, they ignite curiosity and fuel a passion for discovery, experimentation, and critical thinking. Curiosity is crucial to learning. When you enter their gates, they invite visitors to be curious. What kinds of plants do butterflies prefer? What constellation is above you right now? How was the topography of Puget Sound formed? Visitors can learn the answers to these questions and many more with just one visit—imagine what someone could learn in a year!
Their wide array of programming ensures something for all ages to enjoy, even adults! Members can check out thought-provoking lectures at Science in the City with topics ranging from global health to the science of animal behavior. Learn the science of beer at their annual beer tasting event, Brewology and celebrate New Year’s Eve at SPECTRA, their annual party right under the Space Needle’s fireworks.
Give the gift that keeps on giving—the gift of curiosity.
About Pacific Science Center
Pacific Science Center is an independent, not-for-profit institution in Seattle and has been a gateway to access to science education and innovation for over 50 years. The institution's mission is to ignite curiosity in every child and to fuel a passion for discovery, experimentation, and critical thinking in all of us. Pacific Science Center's award-winning, interactive programs reach more than 1.1 million people each year—in their communities across the state of Washington, classrooms, and on the Seattle campus and at Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center. Pacific Science Center began as the United States Science Pavilion during the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair. Millions came to explore the wonders of science during the World’s Fair and upon closing ceremonies, the Science Pavilion was given new life as the private, not-for-profit Pacific Science Center, becoming the first U.S. museum founded as a science and technology center. On July 22, 2010 Pacific Science Center was declared a City of Seattle Landmark.