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Liberty Science Center

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Liberty Science Center 222 Jersey City Blvd
    Jersey City
    Jersey City

  • Cross Street:

    between Philip and Wilson Sts

  • Venue phone:

    201-200-1000

  • Venue website:

    lsc.org

  • Opening hours:

    Tue–Fri 9am–4pm; Sat, Sun 9am–5:30pm.

  • Transport:

    Subway: Travel: PATH to Exchange Pl or Pavonia/Newport, then transfer to the Hudson-Bergen light rail to Liberty State Park

  • Price:

    $19.75, seniors $16.75, children 2–12 $14.75, teachers $9.75, children under 2 free. See the center’s website for IMAX and combination tickets.

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    1. Liberty Science Center
      • 222 Jersey City Blvd
        Jersey City
        Jersey City
      • 201-200-1000
      • lsc.org

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"Beyond Rubik's Cube"

Liberty Science Center is feting the 40-year anniversary of the Rubik's Cube with an interactive, 7,000-square-foot installation where kids can play with the 26-foot-tall Groovik's Cube, which is so big you need three people to work it; check out robots...

"Beyond Rubik's Cube"
  1. Sat Apr 26
    – Mon Jun 30
  2. Liberty Science Center 222 Jersey City Blvd, (between Philip and Wilson Sts), Jersey City
  3. Free with museum admission
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"Bob the Builder—Project: Build It"

Kids, Things to Do

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Another hands-on show all about building is this Bob the Builder–themed exhibit, which riffs on the TV show’s themes and characters. Kids can fix up Wendy’s home and plant flowers in her garden at Wendy’s Caravan; fix Bob the Builder’s dripping faucet...

"Bob the Builder—Project: Build It"
  1. Tue Apr 22
    – Sun Apr 27
  2. Liberty Science Center 222 Jersey City Blvd, (between Philip and Wilson Sts), Jersey City
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  • mkjfm

    amanimed Thu Feb 6
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  • Be forewarned about the LSC. We've been on numerous occasions (though not, admittedly, in a year), and every single time, were disappointed. I kept trying because the place seems like it should be great (especially because, as a resident of NJ, I helped foot the huge bill for its renovation!). And it does have potential. I mean, it's a great space with lots of funding. What makes the place merely mediocre is the staff. (Again, if they've vastly improved in the past year, mea culpa.) At nearly EVERY exhibit, the docents were lackadaisical, at best, talking on their phones, joking around with each other, to the point that when I asked a question, they just sort of shrugged and yawned. Big turn off and, frankly, a big waste of taxpayer money (and a chance to turn kids on to science).

    Anonymous Fri Jul 20 2012
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