Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
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The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is one of the top science museums in the nation and offers brain powered fun for everyone.
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Plan on spending the entire day here! So many exhibits and activities, including the planetarium shows!
A very nice science museum with many interactive exhibits, an OMNIMAX theater, planetarium & a submarine you can tour.
What a fun and interesting place for kids and adults! Also enjoy beautiful views of the city and access to a walk across the Tilikum Crossing Bridge of the People (yep, that’s its name!), the largest car-free bridge in the United States. And don’t miss lunch at Theory, OMSI’s cafe. The chef is…
The Oregon Science Museum is a great place to explore if you are looking for a geeky memory or just a way to get out of the rain.
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