The St. Louis Science Center is a science museum with its facilities in St. Louis, Missouri.
The Science Center campus is made up of four buildings. The James S McDonnell Planetarium, found in Forest Park, a newer building 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.
The St. Louis Science Center is the third largest science center in the US. Spend the day exploring more than 750 hands on science and technology exhibits, the area’s only Ominimax theater, the Discovery room of younger children, and the James S. McDonnell Planetarium and Boeing space station. Also there is always a special exhibition in the Exploradome.