Bringing Dinosaurs Back to Life: A New Da Vinci Science Center Opens in Allentown

Opening Date Set for Da Vinci Science Center in Downtown Allentown | Lehigh Valley Regional News

A new Da Vinci Science Center is set to open in downtown Allentown on May 22nd, providing a unique and interactive experience for visitors of all ages. Located at the PPL Pavilion, the center will feature a variety of exhibits that showcase science and technology in an engaging way.

The first exhibit, “Dinos Alive!”, will feature 30 life-sized animated dinosaurs, allowing visitors to get up close and personal with these prehistoric creatures. This exhibit is sure to be a crowd-pleaser, as dinosaurs have always been a popular subject of fascination for people of all ages.

Tickets for the new facility will go on sale in mid-April, with members getting a preview period to visit the center. Memberships can be purchased on the science center’s website. The 67,000-square-foot facility has classrooms, laboratories, interactive workshops, and a rooftop terrace for private events.

The three-story building is located at Eighth and Hamilton streets in downtown Allentown, making it an easy destination for learning and fun. The Da Vinci Science Center aims to provide engaging and educational experiences for visitors through interactive exhibits and hands-on activities. It is a great addition to the downtown area, offering a new destination for families and individuals looking for something exciting to do.

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