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, 500 S. Franklin St., is a hands-on science museum with exhibits that explain scientific and technological phenomena. Displays address topics such as nano science and our expanding universe. Demonstrations are offered. The Bristol IMAX Omnitheater offers showings on a six-story 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 $12; $10 (ages 2-11 and 65+). Omnitheater $10; $8 (ages 2-11 and 65+). Museum and Omnitheater $20; $16 (ages 2-11 and 65+). Motion simulator or planetarium $2 with museum admission.
Hours: Museum open daily 10-5, July-Aug.; Tues.-Sun. 10-5, in Sept.; Wed.-Sun. and Mon. holidays 10-5, rest of year. IMAX films are shown Tues.-Sun. noon-5, Sat. noon-8. Planetarium shows Sat.-Sun. at 11:15 and 3:15 (also Mon.-Fri. at 11:15 and 3:15, July-Aug.). Hours vary during school breaks; phone to confirm. Closed Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.