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Maryland Science Center

Enjoy three floors of exhibits and demonstrations, the Davis Planetarium, IMAX Theater and the Crosby Ramsey Memorial Observatory.
601 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21230
Tel : 410-685-2370

ID Number : 7140
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Montgomery College Planetarium

The planetarium is open from the last week in August until the Friday before Memorial day in May. All evening planetarium programs include a star party after the show, if it is clear. Star party means we look at the sky with telescopes. We have a 10 inch (2540mm) Meade LX200-GPS-SMT, a 3 1/2 (88.9mm) inch Questar, and a 4 1/8 inch (105mm) Edmund Astroscan telescopes that we bring outside the planetarium when clear. Bring your telescope to the star party, and we can have even more fun sharing, the more the merrier.
phone 301-650-1463
ID Number : 22453
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NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

The NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Visitor Center offers many unique programs, including tours, special events and presentations that highlight Goddard's contributions to America's Space Program. Goddard, a unique facility, houses personnel with the expertise that encompasses all phases of space missions: from designing, building, and testing spacecraft to communicating, tracking, and operating satellites in orbit.
ID Number : 19305
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National Cryptologic Museum

The National Cryptologic Museum opened to the public in December 1993. Since then it has been host to numerous government and private tour groups and interested individuals. The Museum offers a unique look at those who have labored tirelessly in the various cryptologic fields to provide a critical service to the nation.
Show Details | Visit Page | ID Number : 7962
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National Geographic : Explorers Hall

At Explorers Hall you can discover the past, look to thefuture, and get a taste of adventure as only the NationalGeographic Society can provide it.
1145 17th St. NW, Washington
Tel : 202.857-7588

ID Number : 7203
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National Museum of Health and Medicine

The National Museum of Health and Medicine was established during the Civil War as the Army Medical Museum, a center for the collection of specimens for research in military medicine and surgery. The Museum is dedicated to preserving, collecting, and interpreting the objects, specimens, photographs and documents chronicling the history and practice of medicine over the centuries.
6825 16th Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20306-6000
Tel : 202.782-2200

ID Number : 7029
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Science Museum of Virginia

At this web site you'll find information about the science museum, its exhibits, shows,programs, films, classes, outreach activities and satellite museums. You'll also find manyother resources and resource links related to science and science education. Snail mail: Science Museum of Virginia 2500 West Broad St. Richmond, VA 23220Telephone: 804-864-1400 (800)-659-1727 Email: kwilson@smv.mus.va.us
ID Number : 4075
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The United States Botanic Garden

The United States Botanic Garden is a living plant museum. It is open daily, free of charge, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Exhibits interpret the role of plants in supporting earth's diverse and fragile ecosystems and in enriching human life. Public displays are located in the Conservatory, on the surrounding terrace gardens, and in adjacent Bartholdi Park. Established by Congress in 1820, the U.S. Botanic Garden is one of the oldest botanic gardens in North America. The garden's first greenhouse was constructed in 1842; since 1849 the Garden has been located at the eastern end of the Mall. The Garden has been administered through the Office of the Architect of the Capitol since 1934.You may visit the Conservatory daily from 10 am to 5 pm and Bartholdi Park daily from dawn to dusk.
ID Number : 22056
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