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Challenger Space Center

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21170 N. 83rd Avenue,Peoria, AZ 85382

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main: 623.322.2001

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M-Su 10am-4pm

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based on 15 reviews

10/08/13
Dave B.
First arrived and the family a little bored. The staff was nice but the displays need to improve. Great building. Luckily the simulation our family signed...

10/20/13
Ima Jean D.
I took my two grandchildren there because of the advertised special events for Halloween... Pumpkin launches, LEGO mural,etc. At the counter, they said it...

06/10/12
David R.
I came across this place while looking for something to do in West Valley. I concur with other Yelpers, this place is kid centric. Notwithstanding the...
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total check-ins: 705
01/11/11
NASA
The Center has a fantastic collection of 13 different meteorites on loan from ASU as well as a new exhibit featuring 19 items which have flown in space on Gemini 8, Skylab 2, and several STS missions.
08/03/13
Julie O.
Did the comet rendezvous with my 8 and 10 year old. They both loved it!! My 8 yr old daughter was teamed with me at the probe station and it was perfect for her!!
07/08/13
Zita B.
Space camp in the summer so much fun!!
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rating 4.3 out of 5
01/12/14
Jr In Az
maybe i expect too much out of museums, but i expected a great deal more out of this place since it's a huge facility and could definitely house more stuff. start from top. the staff was great, helpful and insightful. cost was cheap $8 adult and $6 for child and slightly cheaper if AAA. they act....
07/16/12
Isaiah Alley
I think I had more fun than my wife or daughter but all in all we had a great time. They liked the wind tunnel and the play area while I was amazed by some of the NASA displays.
03/17/13
Betty Eklund
Great way to be a simulation astronaut.
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