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Saint Louis Science Center

 

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PROFILE

The St. Louis Science Center is a science museum with its facilities in St. Louis, Missouri and a member of the Association of Science and Technology Centers. It is among the largest of its type and, like all science centers, is intended to be a place of informal science education for all ages.

The Science Center campus is made up of four buildings. The James S. McDonnell Planetarium, found in Forest Park, a newer building (often called the main building) across Interstate 64 (Highway 40) at 5050 Oakland Avenue, the Exploradome, an air-supported building next to the main building, and the Taylor Community Science Resource Center at 4900 Manchester Avenue, 2 blocks south of the main building.

Organization members

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Engineering Programs Coordinator
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Associate Director, Emerging Technologies
Physical Science Gallery Leader
 
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