COSI (Center of Science and Industry), Columbus

4.2
Science Museum · Museum
Try out 300 interactive themed exhibits at COSI (Center of Science and Industry) 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. Plan to see COSI (Center of Science and Industry) and other attractions that appeal to you using our Columbus trip planner.
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  • Took our 8 year old grandson here for his early birthday. We all had a good time and enjoyed doing most of the things. There were a couple things closed because of covid but most things were open and....  more »
  • The conference rented the building for a closing ceremony party. The exhibits were engaging and fun. I loved trying to land the space shuttle. I would love to have had more time to explore...  more »
  • COSI was amazing! I took my 11 & 13 yr old daughters and we were there from Noon-5pm and still didn’t see everything. Their hands on exhibits were interesting and engaging and they found a way to...  more »
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  • This is a nice science museum. I went here and was satisfied with my experience. I parked in the science museum’s parking garage and went up to the museum. I paid the admissions fee at the admissions desk and went through the exhibits of the museum. There was an exhibit about sea life and the ocean, which was pretty good. There was also a physics exhibit , which was pretty good as well. In the second floor of the museum was a space exhibit, and an exhibit about the human body. After I went through the museum’s exhibits, I went down to the museum’s food court on the first floor. I got some pizza nd sat down at a table and ate it. The pizza tasted okay and I left the museum after I ate it, satisfied with my experience. I gave this science museum five stars because it has nice exhibits.
  • This was always one of the most anticipated days on my younger years, with our classes going on a yearly trip to cosi. It was always such an interesting and exciting time. I still enjoy cosi for all they have done however I do wish the community would back them with some extra funding like the older days. I feel they could really get back on the front page if that was the case. Thank you to all the workers and volunteers that make this place possible everyday!
  • Amazing job to the Cosi Team Molly, Alex, Paul for hosting us. Had so much fun stuffing boxes for children in Columbus today doing some Community Volunteer work because we care. #colubusKAARG
  • This place is very educational for our kids clean environment great to keep the kids going at a time like this learning is always important
  • Love science and technology can't wait to see you guys again soon Best of luck reopening.

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