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Located on the banks of the Mississippi River in St. Paul, Minnesota, the Science Museum of Minnesota opened in 1907. Today, the non-profit organization is located on 370,000 square feet of land, with 70,000 square feet of exhibit space. Science Museum Minnesota coupons can help visitors save money on admission, and may occasionally be available inside tourist guides and brochures for the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. Additional discounts are available for seniors, those visiting in groups, and annual members.
The Science Museum of Minnesota offers visitors five permanent exhibit galleries that include sections on the human body, paleontology, peoples and cultures of the Mississippi River, physical science and technology, and the museum's collections.
|Offered by||Science Museum Minnesota|
|Location||120 W. Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul, MN 55102|
|Phone number||651-221-9444 or 800-221-9444|
|Features||Permanent and traveling exhibits, Omnitheatre, educational programs, live science theater, etc.|
|Types of coupons||$1-$3 off|
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About Science Museum Minnesota
The Science Museum of Minnesota is open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Parking is available on-site at the science museum's parking garage. Rates are $1.00 for the first 30 minutes, $5 for 31-59 minutes, $6 for one hour to one hour and 59 minutes, $8 for two hours to two hours and 59 minutes, $9 for three hours to three hours and 59 minutes, $10 for four hours to 11 hours and 59 minutes, and $15 for 12 hours to 24 hours. The Science Museum of Minnesota is convent located along 21 MetroTransit routes. The museum is open most days from 9:30am until 9:30pm. Omnitheater shows frequently sell out, so the facility recommends that guests make advance reservations.
Science Museum Minnesota Coupons and Free Offers
- Purchase an annual membership to the museum and get free admission all year. Member benefits also include discounted parking, one free Omnitheater film per visit, discounts on special exhibits, and free admission to over 290 science museums worldwide.
- The first and third Tuesday of each month are Senior Tuesdays. Seniors pay just $16 for admission tickets, and $12 if they are visiting with a group of 15 or more people. Seniors can also save dollars off a combination museum and King Tut exhibit admission ticket. Seniors pay just $27 individually, or $25 for senior groups of 15 or more people.
- Limited income discounts are available for qualified individuals. To qualify, individuals must be enrolled in at least one of the following: Social Security Disability Benefits, Medical Assistance, Food Stamps, Supplemental Security Income, Section 8, General Assistance, MFIP, TANF, WIC, or free or reduced prices for school meals. For those that qualify, museum admission is just $1 for adults and children. Omnitheater and museum admission costs just $3. King Tut and museum admission costs just $6.
- Visitors can follow the museum on Twitter and Facebook to receive all the latest museum news and promotional offers.
- Visitors can check out the museum with 15 or more people and save $2 on adult tickets, and $1.50 on senior and child tickets.
- Students can save on admission by visiting the museum after 5 p.m. on Thursday evenings. A valid student ID must be presented to receive the discount.
- Visitors can save money at area eateries by presenting their museum ticket stub. Offers include BOGO deals, as well as 20%-50% deals. Discounts are available at Tom Reid's Hockey City Pub, Dunn Bros Coffee, American Burger Bar, Eagle Street Grille, The Liffey, and more.
- Coupons may occasionally be offered inside Minneapolis/St. Paul area tourist guides and brochures.
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