The Science Place & TI Founders IMAX Theater
www.scienceplace.org

1318 Second Avenue
In Fair Park
Dallas, TX 75210 United States
Phone: (214) 428-5555
Fax: (214) 428-2033
e-mail:webmaster@scienceplace.org



The Science Place & TI Founders IMAX Theater
HANDS-ON FAMILY FUN!

The Science Place in Fair Park is home to over 200 interactive hands- on exhibits, the United States oldest science preschool, a state of the art domed IMAX theater, and the city?s only public planetarium. The Science Place is open 365 days a year and its mission is to make science both hands-on and fun!

The TI Founders IMAX theater's huge 79 foot dome screen is big fun too. Sit back and enjoy some of the most incredible movies you have ever seen. The huge screen and state-of-the art-sound system surround you and make you feel like you are three. And before each feature, A Unique Pace in Tie will take on an incredible tour of the city.

For more information, IMAX shows, exhibit schedules, and ticket prices call 214/428-5555 or visit our web site at www.scienceplace.org





The Science Place is located in Fair Park, two blocks south of Interstate 30, and two miles east of downtown. You'll see directional signs to "Fair Park" and "IMAX" throughout the area.

From I-30 heading east:
Take exit 47A (2nd Avenue/Fair Park), bear right as you exit and continue to Martin Luther King Blvd. Turn left on Martin Luther King Blvd. to enter the park. (The Science Place is on your left as you enter.)

From I-30 heading west:
Take exit 47A (1st Avenue/Fair Park), bear right as you exit and continue straight ahead to Fair Park. At the park, turn right on Parry Avenue and continue to Martin Luther King Blvd.

Turn left on Martin Luther King Blvd. to enter the park. (The Science Place is on your left as you enter.)

From N. Central Expressway (U.S. 75):
Head south to I-45 and follow directions below.

From I-45 heading north or south:
Take Exit 283/Martin Luther King Blvd. follow the signs to Fair Park, and enter straight ahead. (The Science Place is to your left as you enter.)


9:30 AM - 5:30 PM Daily. Call for extended hours.


Science Center Admission: Adults (ages 13+) $6, Child/Senior (ages 3-12/60+) $3, Members FREE. IMAX Admission: Adults (ages 13+) $6, Child/Senior (ages 3-12, 60+) $5, Member receive a discount on IMAX, Planetarium Admission: $3 or $ 2 with paurchase of Science Center or IMAX. Members receive a discount.



Travelling Exhibit - The Robot Zoo through January 7, 2000.

Animal robots and hands-on activities illustrate fascinating real-life characteristics, like how a chameleon changes colors, how a giant squid jets around or how a fly walks on the ceiling. The Robot Zoo provides fantastic insights for discovering just how real animals work! The Robot Zoo is sponsored nationally by Silicon Graphics, Inc., and TIME Magazine