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  2. Advocacy for Earth. Actions are stronger when taken together. Help move the climate conversation beyond awareness to real, necessary changes. Dinosaurs, the Collectors’ Corner, Omnitheater, and more discoveries await at the Science Museum of Minnesota in downtown St. Paul.

  3. There’s never been a better time to be a Member! 365 days of free visits, Omnitheater movies, and exclusive events, tours, and more. Join Today. Ready for adventure? Plan your visit to the Science Museum of Minnesota with info on tickets, pricing, parking, accessibility, and exhibits.

  4. Join Today. Explore dinosaurs, trade at the Collectors’ Corner, find stories of Indigenous perseverance, try science for yourself, and see spectacular special exhibits at the Science Museum of Minnesota.

  5. We’re here to turn on the science Through education, in-person experiences, online learning, and everything in between, the Science Museum of Minnesota is dedicated to collaborating with our community to create a world where everyone has the power to use science to make lives better.

  6. Science Museum of Minnesota - All You Need to ... - Tripadvisor

    The Science Museum of Minnesota is one of the state’s most popular museums, with a reach that extends well beyond its riverfront location in downtown Saint Paul. In addition to its beloved visitor place, which serves hundreds of thousands of people each year with its engaging exhibits, breathtaking giant screen movies, and engaging special ...

  7. Science Museum of Minnesota - Wikipedia

    The Science Museum of Minnesota is an American museum focused on topics in technology, natural history, physical science, and mathematics education. Founded in 1907 and located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, the 501(c)(3) nonprofit institution has 385 employees and is supported by volunteers.

  8. Science is a tool we use to look at the world and analyze what’s happening in it. Our scientists—who study everything from ancient, truck-sized snakes to microscopic freshwater diatoms—are using science to make new discoveries in Minnesota and around the world.