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  • Address:

    Liberty Science Center 222 Jersey City Blvd
    Jersey City
    Jersey City

  • Cross Street:

    between Philip and Wilson Sts

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  • 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.

  • Map

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

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Honey Bees: Home Is Where the Hive Is

Kids, Science & technology, Things to Do, Science & technology

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See what all the buzz is about at Liberty Science Center's new permanent exhibition exporing the role of honey bees in our ecosystem. Peek inside an observation hive indoors and explore two field hives on the outdoor deck to see how the busy bees convert...

Honey Bees: Home Is Where the Hive Is
  1. Until Wed Dec 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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  • I joined the Hall of Science for my grandchildren. I noticed that Liberty Science Center does not have a reciprocal agreement to visit, however, they do allow 4 visits a year and those dates are documented. It seems to me when you have such a wonderful science center, that they would want people to visit more frequently. It's not child friendly at all. Too bad!

    Helene Salowitz Tue Sep 23 2014
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    amanimed Thu Feb 6 2014
  • 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