Curious minds and creative thinkers will enjoy exploring the dozens of exhibits at the Science Factory in Eugene, Oregon! Spend a day with the whole family at this interactive museum full of exhibits to satisfy anyone’s interests. And after a busy day of expanding your knowledge, unwind in our hotel’s comfortable hotel rooms and suites.
Engage in a truly imaginative experience at the Science Factory. The hands-on museum features dozens of exhibits that will captivate visitors of all ages. Check out Discovery Cove where little ones can have big fun climbing into a nautical play structure and acting out stories with sea creature puppets. One of the highlights is the Exploration Dome, which features virtual adventures involving the brain and outer space. The Science Factory also offers summer camps and a venue for birthday parties.
2300 Leo Harris Pkwy, Eugene, Oregon, 97401
2.4 miles away from University Inn & Suites Eugene
The Science Factory is very flexible when it comes to how you pay for your admission. They accept Visa and MasterCard along with personal checks.
There are several ways to reach the Science Factory, which is located next to Autzen Stadium on the University of Oregon campus. You can get there by car and park for free. You can also take the bus or ride your bicycle and leave it under the covered bike rack. Directions and bus schedule are online at http://sciencefactory.org/visit/.
IS THE EXPLORATION DOME?
One of the highlights of the Science Factory, the Exploration Dome delivers an abundance of virtual adventures that are both stimulating and educational. You’ll get a chance to see what it’s like to live through an ice age, navigate the ocean, and experience a rocket launch like a real astronaut.
CAN I HOLD MY CHILD’S BIRTHDAY PARTY AT THE SCIENCE FACTORY?
Absolutely. You’ll enjoy a private party room for two hours, lots of time in the Exhibit Hall, a gift for the birthday boy or girl, and your choice of a hands-on science activity that’s led by an in-house educator. What’s more, party invitations are included in the price, which is $95 for non-members of the museum and $80 for members.