PLAN YOUR VISIT TO DISCOVERY STATION
Discovery Station Hours of Operation:
Tuesday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Last admittance into Discovery Station is 3:15 p.m.
Discovery Station is closed on Sundays and Mondays.
Discovery Station is also Closed on the following holidays: Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day
Discovery Station is also closed during Inclement Weather. Please review our Inclement Weather Policy.
Admission to Discovery Station is open to explorers of all ages and very affordable. We look forward to your visit!
Discovery Station is a member of the Association of Science-Technology Centers, Inc. (ASTC) and the Passport Program. To find out more information about this membership program, click here.
Discovery Station is also a member of the NXTPass program. To find more information about this program, click here.
Active Military and Reservists (and immediate family members) • No Charge
Children 3 and under • No Charge
Ages 4-17 • $6.00
Adults • $7.00
**Special rates are offered for group tours and field trips.
Cash, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover Card are accepted.
Length of Visit
When you plan your visit to Discovery Station, we suggest you allow 90 minutes minimum for your visit. Time of visit varies depending upon your interests, interactive participation, programs, and film viewing. The Explorer Cafe may be used for brown-bag lunches during your visit. You can leave and return to Discovery Station the same day on one admission.
Chaperones play an integral role during the field trip experience. We thank you for volunteering to make a difference in the lives of students. Below is a quick guide to help you succeed as a chaperone.
Learn the names and faces of the students in your group and make sure they know your name.
Keep track of the students you’re chaperoning. Travel through exhibits as a group. Count your students before moving onto the next section of the museum.
While exploring each exhibit in the museum, engage students by asking thought-provoking questions. You don’t need to know the answers!
Do not run in the museum. Walk carefully and be aware of your surroundings.
Use indoor voices at all times, so that other visitors may have the chance to enjoy the exhibits too.
Please respect museum property and handle each exhibit feature with care.
Share and take turns with each interactive piece.