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Center of Science and Industry (COSI), Columbus
(3.9/5 based on 950+ reviews on the web)
Try out 300 interactive themed exhibits at Center of Science and Industry (COSI) and learn scientific facts and principles through play. Test gravity on different planets and explore the physical nature of oceans. Learn things that scientists have discovered about the body, mind, and spirit. Test your senses with illusions and mind games. A seven-story 3-D screen with surround sound will transport you inside molecules, into outer space, and to the Earth's distant lands. In a 30,000 sq m (320,000 sq ft) space, the center sees over half million visitors per year. Add Center of Science and Industry (COSI) and other attractions to your Columbus trip itinerary using our Columbus itinerary maker.
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  • It's always a treat to get to come here. Exhibits change some and a lot stay but we look forward to seeing those same ones. It's great for all ages. 
  • Nice, but why pay extra for the theater? We already paid a lot for getting in. Need more features. Kind of small exhibits; need more grand exhibits. Theater is great, but not the extra fee. Why "nicke...  more »
  • I went every year growing with friends. It is still just as fun. I love that they kept the pendulum and mine exhibit. The street of yesteryear was my favorite. It's called something different now. Lov...  more »