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Adventure Science Center

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615.862.5160

800 Fort Negley Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37203.

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based on 51 reviews

02/06/14
Andrea R.
Let me preface this by saying WE HAVE NO KIDS. So give that whatever credit you want to give it. We went here for the Way Late Play Date that they have...

08/23/13
Sandy W.
WHAT A RELIEF Oh science museum, how I love thee. I was way overdue for a visit after I thought it would be fun to check out the disgraceful Creation...

01/16/14
Noelle T.
I'm so thankful we have the science center in town! I'm also thankful that they continue to improve the facility. I did notice that while we were there...
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total check-ins: 3741
07/07/10
HISTORY
This Museum was established in 1944. In 1952 the center opened the first planetarium in Tennessee.
12/07/10
NASA
NASA astronauts undergo extensive training as they prepare for the challenges of activities in a space environment. In the Space Chase exhibit you can attempt similar tasks in simulated zero gravity.
07/25/11
TN Association of Museum
Fun for all ages, the Adventure Science Center's Adventure Tower combines playing & learning in an upward journey. For those afraid of heights, play a round of Body Battles in the BodyQuest exhibit.
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rating 4.3 out of 5
02/01/14
Tony Robinson
Seeing it for the first time, it was nice. My younger daughter enjoyed it. My teenager, didn't. The food service area could have been better. The Subway restaurant personal lacked enthusiasm in their jobs, thus it was a boring area. The Sea Monster Exhibit was nice but, the seating could have been....
07/22/14
Mack Shults
Awesome! My kids always loved going there.
09/01/13
Sarah Sheldon
Visited for nostalgic reasons while I was in town for a rare visit and was surprised that it seemed unchanged since I grew up. Could definitely use an update. The planetarium show "Stars" was neat and kids ages 6-11 will sill enjoy the exhibits, regardless.
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