Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology

500 S. Franklin St.
Syracuse, NY 13202- Map It
(315) 425-9068

AAA Editor Notes

Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology, Franklin St. at W. Jefferson St., is a hands-on science museum with exhibits that explain scientific and technological phenomena. Displays address topics such as deep-space flight, energy, geology and life sciences. Demonstrations are offered. The Bristol Omnitheater offers showings on a six-story IMAX domed screen. The Dr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Silverman Planetarium presents “Zoo in the Sky,” an exploration of the animal constellations, and “Seasonal Sky,” a detailed look at the night sky as it changes seasonally.
Museum or Omnitheater $10; $8 (ages 2-11 and 65+). Museum and Omnitheater $14; $12 (ages 2-11 and 65+). Motion simulator or planetarium $2 with museum admission.
Hours: Museum open Tues.-Sun. 10-5, July-Aug.; Wed.-Sun. and Mon. holidays 10-5, rest of year. Omnitheater films are shown Wed.-Fri. and Sun. noon-5, Sat. noon-8. Planetarium shows Sat.-Sun. at 11:15 and 3:15. Hours vary during school breaks; phone to confirm. Closed Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.