Coca-Cola Space Science Center, Columbus

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Science Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
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Along with a host of interactive gallery exhibits, the Coca-Cola Space Science Center (CCSSC) is home to the Challenger Learning Center, Mead Observatory, and Omnisphere Theater, and also serves as the teaching and research site for CSU astronomy courses.

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Our Mission is to inspire ongoing exploration and discovery as the region's premiere location for hands-on, inquiry-based STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education by providing accessible, innovative, and dynamic experiences to school children, university students, and the general public.

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Our Values:

Passion - to reflect the fire of curiosity that ignited and continues to fuel space exploration and discovery.

Inspiration - to instill imagination, determination, and a lifelong love of learning in the next generation of scientists and explorers.

Leadership - to be a leader in STEM and space science education and entertainment.

Quality - to create a best-in-class experience throughout all aspects of our facility and programming.

Service - to foster an environment of helpfulness and appreciation for all CCSSC patrons, supporters, partners, and staff.

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Coca-Cola Space Science Center reviews

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  • Very informational. Small, but the immersive space show was amazing and worth it. Recommend to do with kids or teenagers. 
    Very informational. Small, but the immersive space show was amazing and worth it. Recommend to do with kids or teenagers.  more »
  • We visited on a weekday and it was not crowded. Lots of self guided tour features and some interactive features. I enjoy the space program so it was very interesting to me. Thought we might be in.....  more
    We visited on a weekday and it was not crowded. Lots of self guided tour features and some interactive features. I enjoy the space program so it was very interesting to me. Thought we might be in.....  more »
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  • Very nice place. It's small but has a lot of things to learn in a very fun way. We got to navigate rovers and pretend to land on the moon or visit a volcano using a green screen. They have a simulation of taking off into space and a small planetarium. It was really cool my daughter and I enjoyed it very much.
  • This is a really cool place if you are into space science. My favorite part are the flight simulators. Clean cool environment and there are some interesting old statues and an old dam across the street to check out too. Was really surprised the admission was only 8 bucks. Worth the trip!

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