Tune in to PacSci for Homeschool September

All month long, homeschool groups of any size can visit on any weekday* at the reduced school group rate.

  • Exhibit admission + IMAX documentary: $10 per person
  • Exhibit admission only: $8 per person

No reservations required. Simply mention that you’re a homeschool group when you arrive at the gate.

Music Fest through Sept. 14 

What’s more, all next week is also Music Fest at PacSci! Join us as we spotlight the science of music. Our ensemble of hands-on activities and demonstrations are a great way to get your brain tuned up and ready for fall.

  • Discover the roots of American music with our new IMAX documentary, America’s Musical Journey.
  • Watch our educators use melodies, vibrations and even fire to teach you about sound waves, air molecules, volume and more in our live show, Monster Sound!
  • Build, test and play your own stringed and computer-controlled musical instruments in our hands-on makerspace, Tinker Tank.
  • Dance, chop and dodge virtual beats set to music in our virtual reality exhibit.
  • Discover new musical artists or jam out to classic favorites as you watch one of our many laser shows, performed live every time!
Immersive Virtual Reality

On your visit to PacSci this month, don’t miss our newest virtual reality experiences, part of our What is Reality experiment that you’ll have to see, feel and even smell to believe.

  • Personify dozens of creatures in a mind-altering, multi-person ride.
  • Soar through the cosmos on a ride inside the Orion Nebula.

And more!

Plan Your Visit

Later This Month – Curiosity Days: Evolving Cities

Sept. 23-24
Included with the price of admission or FREE for Members.

Test your creativity and unleash your imagination as we explore the future of cities. Local innovators and engineers will host hands-on demonstrations, workshops and activities all weekend long! Discover the basics of civil engineering, design your own city and find out what it takes to host life on Mars. 


September is Homeschool Month at Pacific Science Center!