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INFINITY Science Center, Pearlington

(3.3/5 based on 130 reviews on the web)
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  • We were driving on I10 and my 15 year old asked if we could stop. Granted we are kind of nerdy, but we were surprised how interesting this science center was. They have several interactive stations. T...  more »
  • If you are a space geek and happen to be traveling along I10, take the time to stop at INFINITY Science Center! Be sure to arrive before 3 pm as well to sign up for the bus tour over to the operationa...  more »
  • My husband and I have no kids so it was just him and myself on this visit. We are late 20s early 30s in age. We both absolutely loved this place. It was well worth the admission's price ($12/adult for...  more »
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  • Awesome outdoor area with some nice walking, and picnic tables. Tons to see, and lots that you'll miss. Beware of dangerous snakes and alligators I was warned, and disappointedly did not see. There are some huge rocket like things around, plants, a picnic area, and a rest stop right next door. My only regret is not visiting sooner.
  • Spent three hours. Could have spent all day and probably not seen and done everything. Well worth a visit. Reasonable pricing.
  • Reasonably priced. Lots to see. A variety of things for toddlers to see, touch, and do. I wouldn't necessarily recommend paying extra for the team tour, but it was OK. On the other hand, Virgil made the bus tour very interesting and entertaining. As a bonus, they even have pretty decent food and prices at the cafĂ©.
  • Some say that it has lots of enteor children. My eight year old was bored within minutes. Cost 26 dollars for one visit. The rest station next door had more than this. We came at three and they shooed us out 15 minutes from four. I had no good experiences whatsoever. Like I said, I could have had more fun at the rest station next door. I expect more from you, NASA...
  • It was very disappointing. Despite the many, many staff floating around, few paid attention to visitors. A group tour of young children, out of control and yelling, had no supervision. After the hefty admission charge, there were further high tariffs for the flight simulator, the hurricane simulator, and one other I cannot now recall. The souvenir shop is filled with junk.