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Right now the firm has a rating of 4.4 over 5 and this rating has been based on 1491 reviews.
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This Tourist Attraction is included in the category of Science museum.
Nice , but a bit pricey.
My husband and I had a wonderful time. I wish the cafe had been open all day Saturday. That is the only thing I have say neutral about the visit. Pay the $7 for the 3-D, it is great.
Looked interesting I actually didn't visit they were closed and I was pulling in the rest stop
This is the visitor center for NASA testing of the booster rockets. We took the bus trip out to the testing sites. We love all things space but even if you weren't this is a very enjoyable stop. We also saw our first wild alligator at the center. Good value for the money.
Cool place take your kids-
Beautiful stop down the road. Interesting stuff, but expensive for what you get.
Fantastic. A very good trip for half a day with the kids. Extremely engaging assisted by enthusiastic staff. Highly recommend.
Great place to stop while on a road trip. Try the robot custsrd
Enjoyed the interactive displays. Best part is the booster tour. It was educational and entertaining.
This was a great place to stop for a break on our road trip east. It is much larger facility than I expected. It has great displays and lots of great information. There is a cafe with fairly good food at descent prices too. I'd recommend it for all ages as I enjoyed it and I'm no spring chicken.
Amazing place where kids and adults interested in space travel or science can go. There are lots of things to see and play with. They have one of the Saturn V rockets and you can take a bus ride to look at the towers where they test the rocket boosters. You can also take a "Geek test" to get your "Geek certificate".
Great time for me and the kids. The ladies on the bus tour were a blast and a treasure trove of information. It’s a great look at the history of Mississippi. The science center is fairly small but the kids had fun. They had a carnivorous plant exhibit which my 7 yr old loves and the man watering the plants took extra time to show him some of the plants and tell him about them. Great stop!
Enjoyed our visit here. Went on a bus tour followed by a movie about space and then we went to see some awesome displays they had and the gift shop. Truly enjoyed it all!
Amazing is the word for this place! Do yourself and your family a favor and go here! Amazing lol
This is a wonderful place for kids and adults to explore and learn ❤️
Large fuesal lodge is super cool for kids. Safe atmosphere
I was not impressed with it for what they charge for admission. I guess if I had been a small child maybe I would of liked it more, but being an adult they didn't have very many things that would appeal to an adults nature.
Not a huge museum but very much worth the trip. Do the tour, you'll learn a lot. Couldn't believe the size of the rocket engines.
Infinity Space Center was a fun stop for our family. The entire facility is wheelchair accessible which made bringing a stroller easy. It is very family oriented and there are activities for all ages. I did give it a 4 instead of a 5 because I did believe that the price to enter was a bit high.
Really nice! We get here but coincidence and was a good one...
Great place to take a child who's into astronomy. It's mostly astronomy, but there's small section about plants.
Great experience. Only complaint was no seating in the place to sit and rest other than eating or picnic areas.
Definitely worth the trip. My 6 year old and and us for that matter couldn't get enough.
Such a well done center! Beautiful location, great exhibits. There's even a bus tour of the NASA center of you have time for it.
This is the best science technology experience in Mississippi.
OMG. ! If you love space travel and NASA. History this is the place! You must do the bus tour for full benifit of the museum. Me nd my daughter had such a good time
We took a tour here it is so cool and you learn so much from here I had a great experience here
There were a few cool photo ops and interesting information. However the amount of activities/exhibitions compared to the cost didn’t match most museums I’ve visited. Go if you’re a space enthusiast but skip if you’re neutral on the topic.
We took the kids. Unfortunately we started our day late and was unable to spend as much time as we would have liked but it was amazing. The kids had a great time as did the adults. Everyone was super helpful and informative. Highly recommended. Also, check the calendar on the website for special events!
Very interesting with lots to learn and explore. I liked that a real astronaut gave a speech. We had fun
Interesting things to learn
Great place to see a part of History in the space program as well as learn about our world today.
Great educational experience for you and your family
So disappointed. I have wanted to go back to stennis space center for years now. What I remember was a large, interactive, fun center pack full of NASA. This new center is the exact opposite. It is small, with very little to offer. There are few things that have actually been at NASA. Most are small models or pictures. There were hardly anything to honestly induce awe or wonder. Did the entire facility in 15 minutes. Don't waste your money.
A lot of cool stuff but there needs to be a dedicated person at each station to explain the information and tables.
Informative displays, but facility is geared towards school age groups. Could have much more historical background displays on NASA. Nothing about the two space shuttle diasters. Nothing about the upcoming 2020 Mars mission. Bus tour of rocket engine testing area was disappointing as bus never stopped moving to get a better and longer look. Bus driver did well on providing narration. Opens at 9am, but first bus tour isn't until 11. 50% Focus was on weather, climate, oceanography, and plants. It's worth a visit, but not if you need to go far out of your way.
We had tons of fun and exhibits were great.
Party of 6, with 4 kids between 5 and 19. Good time had by all but not a ton of main exhibit pieces. However what they do have is quite interactive and educational. Staff are all friendly and knowledgable. Prices are generally reasonable but the add-ons can add up quickly. Of the add-ons, I'd suggest passing on the nature tram ride. It's relaxing and has an interesting pre-recorded audio, but ultimately its 45 minutes of driving through a cart path and looking at trees. The bus trip to NASA test facilities was really interesting for the older ones. Overall if you do all of the add ons, its a full day trip. If you stick to the main exhibits its a couple hours max.
Worth a visit I'd if in the area though I wouldn't go out if the way for it. Mouth favorite parts were the bus tour and the shuttle pilot simulator.
Great for people who love Space. The bus tour I didn't care for but it was cool
Super friendly staff, fun place to take the kids!!
They have a Saturn V booster stage with 5 F-1 rocket engines does it get any better than that
The bus tour was the most fun! That was so cool!
Friendly & courteous staff. The facility has a great new clean feel! We participated in a homeschool program about bees & the kids loved it. We also did the 3D movie ($6 per person) & it was very entertaining. The main floor had displays & information with activities including a stem section, simulation & 3D show. Has a great trail & picnic area with outdoor play set. Also has a play area indoors with the big blue imagination blocks! It has a delicious in-house cafe’. Would’ve given 5 stars but we preordered our food with specific time & it wasn’t ready until 20/30 minutes after so we had to rush to eat to continue timely with the rest of our planned exploration.
I highly recommend this place for all family ,now also they are doing birthday parties on weekends for kids ....
Absolutely love this place. We had a really great volunteer (former NASA employee) walk around with us and share stories. So much fun.
What a great experience for the little astronaut. He had a great time. The team members were very helpful. Thanks
I expected it to be much bigger but it overall was a fantastic experience. Gift shop has some nice things, didnt go the full experience of all they offered but maybe next time I will.
Bumped into this place by accident on a road trip from New Orleans to Biloxi. Spent a few hours exploring. Definitely worth the money and time.
My kids and I enjoyed the Infinity Center. Hopefully next time we'll make the tour bus.
They used to have a free outside exhibit. Now they charge for it. The cost is a little out there, especially for seniors. The Saturn 5 first stage is in horrible shape. My father in law designed the decal used on the first stage and it now looks awful. The spent a lot of money on the facility but none on the restoration. Better space and science exhibits out there in better shape.
We had a great time and the bus tour was really interesting! Even our toddler had a fun time! A really great way to break up the drive.
We went in to see what it was about, was sad that we couldn't do everything. Wanted to watch the movie but the theatre wasn't up and running.... Still found other things to get into. Did the whole virtual reality, that was alright. I loved the Venus fly traps, the other interactive stuff was nifty. Rolled out of the joint when the school bus pulled up, trying to avoid germs. Over all had a blast!
Outstanding display, very technical and excellent for young inquiring minds.
While I found some interesting reads here, I felt like it was more of a field trip venue for elementary schools. Ergo, the two stars, but a great place to take a science class for learning
Nice place, but too much money for what they offer..throw in the 3D theater and Apollo 11 experience with the cost of admission and it would be worth it (those things cost extra-so we did not do them)
If you have kids, this would a good spot for them. However, if you're an adult without kids you may want to reconsider. What was offered was mostly geared towards kids and the stuff that wasn't was presented in unexciting paragraphs of information. Screaming children seemed to be everywhere, so if that's not your scene, this place may not be for you. On the flip side, if you have energetic kids this may work for you.
Somewhat pricey. You really don't get close enough to anything on the tour to get much from it or appreciate it. My 4 year old was completely bored. The museum was a let down and not that big. They had like 2 cool things in it... However, the tour guide did a great job trying to make it seem interesting. The staff, except the lady at the bus tour registration booth, were all nice and helpful.
Very educational do yourself a favor and bring you kiddos. Alot of the exhibits are interactive.
Love the information you get and the underwater machine was awesome. The bus your was cool and the tour guide was awesome . Mr. Sherman taught us alot.
Very educational! Too bad that they don't have the bus tours to the rocket test site!
If you love to learn about space travel and NASA's work, this is the place to be. Very interesting.
now this place is great if you're traveling with the camper and you need to stop dog has to use the restroom family wants to stretch and walk if you just want to simply have a picnic this place is awesome for that if you're the kind of person that likes to see spaceships and know about history of Mississippi this place is even great for that too They have free RV dump and hookups Great place for truckers to stop there's also a if I'm correct a little snack shop And even a customer service area where visitor center you can get information about the place.
Super fun to learn about science and space. My kids loved it.
Great spot for very clean restrooms
Very educational and interesting place to take your children my kids loved it
So many interesting things to learn here , although several people did complain that there was not much to do but if you take your time and enjoy each exhibit to its entirety you will absolutely love this place ! From going down into the sea in a submarine experience to launching in a space pad with the help of VR... A really family friendly place
So much to do and see, Amazing experience.
Perfect little pitstop when you need to take a break from a long drive. We loved the hurricane preparedness and education section!!
Very interesting place. Went on a tour to their distant launch sites. Only negative thing was the field trip kids were running all over the place and no one was controlling them. The kids ran right into us. Otherwise a great experience.
We loved it. It was awsome. My 10 yr old nephew loved it so much that he wants to get the membership. And my sister and myself agree with him. I recommend this for all ages.
Wow, never know how important this area of Mississippi is to the US Space program. The science center is moderate in size and scope but full of informative information about the space program and natural history. With price of admission you can also take a bus tour of the Stennis space center where NASA tests all their space rockets. Impressive. Exciting and educational for all ages.
Really cool lots of fun. Miss some of the older things like the paper airplanes for some reason that has always been the best part to me.
Loved it, especially the Apollo 11 Virtual Really experience upstairs.
The 3D movie we saw was inspiring for girls. Center exhibits were a bit schizophrenic, as there is a combination of meteorology, seismology, environmental science, ornithology, . . . It would be good for kids. Not as comprehensive or wowing as Kennedy Space Center, but OTOH, much cheaper.
Great hands on experience. We took the free half hour guided tour. Met the curator and he showed us a few exhibits we may have missed. Wednesdays is $9 senior day.
Never been there. Don't know where or what it is.
Very cool place there is a space module in the rest area that caught out attention so being on vacation we wanted pictures. That's when we realised the museum was behind us. Great place for kids and adults if your interested in history.
Well worth the price. Amazing place
I went on a field trip with my grandson didn't think I would like it but it was very educational for myself and my grandson as well very educational on the outer space my grandson enjoyed it and so did his classmates and I had lots of fun
They are very nice people that works at the gard shake
Science museum was small but some really cool displays. Didn't do the tour, but the rockets and interactive exhibits were good. Just wish there was more to see.
A great place for the kids. Disapointed that the bus tour of the Stennis Space Center has been discontinued. It was half the learning experience.
A great spot to bring the kids and fairly close to us in Covington (it's easier to get here than anywhere in New Orleans). We went during Christmas break so there were no field trips and that was magic. It was like we had the place to ourselves. The boys (ages 3 2 and 1) absolutely loved it. They talked about the rocket for days. Nothing stirs the little boy imagination like rockets!
Amazing educational experience. The augmented reality sandbox, the virtual reality underwater and space games, the alligator,and the space ship were my favorites. My son is still repeating facts he learned there and asking to return. Very cool place for the family, the cafe has a variety of food that was delicious. We spent 5 hours exploring and are already planning to go back. Definitely a must see.
Price is a bit steep but still a good place to visit. My kid wants to go again. Make sure you visit the Simulator. It is awesome!
Amazing staff! Super nice and the entire place was beautiful!
Very complete museum, bringing you the experience of being an astronaut and the science behind the space program, as well as the personal stories of locals that became astronauts. Store is a bit scarce in NASA souvenirs, unlike a few years ago, when it had a wider selection, like jackets and mugs with the NASA logo.
Great place to visit very interesting for all age groups
I don't think it was worth the $60 I spent for 3 of us to visit here. Was able to see everything in a little over an hour.
Small museum. Not much to see. Stop if you're driving through the area. Otherwise, probably not worth a specific trip out.
Really good centre. Would recommend if you have kids!
This place is full of adventure from the rockets to the exhibits to the games to the interactive exhibits my children which are ten and six love it. I went this weekend which was December 29th 2018 and some of the parts of the museum or closed because of the government shut down but they still had a lot of fun and we will make sure to have another trip to go see all the stuff we missed today. The price is really good for all the things I got to do the gift shop is really nice with a lot of cool gifts that you can get for your children. The cafe has really good food that is actually really healthy and taste really good too. The 3D model of the Earth and Jupiter during the show did they have their it's one of the coolest things I've ever seen and my boys loved it can't wait to go back again and visit this really nice museum.
Great place, a lot of information about the space program. They have uniforms from astronauts like Neil Armstrong, a great tour that last more less like 40 minutes, they will take you to several places and is a must to take it, and is free! Just sign up before the tour starts. They have several interactive experiments and a several vr experience games. Also they have cafeteria. If you're in the area you must come.
It's an educational museum for kids. There are some fun activities, but it won't last you very long. The NASA tours were a highlight
I was disappointed for this location. I love all things NASA and this was a let down for the cost. This really is a STEM area for elementary aged children and nothing else. A couple of displays for adults, which takes about 20 min to see.
Such a great place to take the kids and very educational so do yourself and your family the favor drop the tablets and cellphones and let them indulge in learning some history
Very interesting place. It is a science center, more focused on our planet, but still very cool.
A great place to take the family to learn about space and to see how real astronauts dressed and traveled to outer space.
This is always a favorite stop for us and the kids. You can learn alot and have fun too.
Took my son two nieces and my mother. My son and younger niece loved it but it was not a place for my mother and older niece. The museum was interactive and the movie provided was a lot of fun. If you have been to Cape Canaveral, this does not compare at all. The bus tour was extra and honestly they don't show you much. I truly enjoyed myself.
Great educational place for kids, with a few new technologies implemented (though the biggest one using VR come at a hefty additional cost). Great staff. Memorable pieces of space history. And some environmental displays and the essential alligator. Would recommend!
Amazing place for children, they will get to see authentic equipment used for space travel. Staff was pleasant and polite, the science center had plenty of interactive exhibits. Would come back for sure!
Outstanding! Great exhibits and interactive displays. Bus tour of Stennis was informative. Trolley tour gave a good history of the local area. Amazingly, even the food at the cafe was very good. Will definitely visit again.
Great exhibit. Easy to see.
Really awesome place! It was a nice cap to our family vacation. Stopped on a whim and was treated to a nice experience. The staff was exceptional! The young lady working the vr simulator calmed down my 6yr old girl when she was frightened, they were accommodating of my disability, and explained things with true enthusiasm. Of you haven't been here for a visit you should plan a trip.
Well worth a stop if you are on I 10 and have little kiddos.
I enjoyed the science center. Wished they had more exhibits to look at and more stuff about the planets. I probably wont go back. Only pass the place on road trips. Def don't regret going. The movie was short but awesome. It was 3d and super cool. We got to do submarine simulator. Seeing all the astronauts stuff is amazing. The rocket is the coolest! Cant go wrong there. There are near plants to look at and a play area for kids. Didnt eat the food. The gift shop is cool ! It was an enjoyable experience. Should do it atleast once !
A nice little unexpected pit stop on a long trip. We weren't looking for this place but how could you miss a shuttle sitting outside next to IH 10. We hurried and made the stop to get there just at opening. There were a lot of cool exhibits and the kids were very intrigued. The gift shop was fun with lots of interesting finds at fair prices. If you are on a trip, stop here to stretch.
Great, educational, and fun. It's a bit pricey, but it's worth it to do all the cool activities. Very kid-friendly and educational.
Always love stopping by NASA facilities.
It's fun to learn about space and NASA
A good and informative time for kids and adults. The bus tour to stennis was ok, just remember it's a drive through bus tour, no walking or touching so the driver makes all the difference.
We have special needs children and they were in heaven visiting. All the hands on science, history and future! Oh goody! It was a perfect teaching and learning day for all of us. Our 9 year old aspberger kiddo, kept telling us details that we missed. Amazing place. Thank you
My daughter and I had a BLAST here with her Girl Scout troop for Scouts in Space! We really loved their sphere theater and the Sandbox was a huge hit. Also, check out the undersea interactive. That was fun too.
Awesome museum and shuttle takes you to where they assemble rocket engines. Rest area connected to the science center has about 15 spots for big rigs.
Wonderful testimony to America in space.
Super cool space museum. You actually buy tickets and you take a bus ride over to the actual NASA rocket test facility. the tour guide was super knowledgeable about all the rocket systems and the history of the base. The museum itself has a nice little gift shop, and rocket engines on display. It's right off of interstate 10 and plenty of parking available.
Really neat place, there is so much to do and learn for the kids. The NASA bus tour was definitely worth it as well and should be on your to so list while you're there.
Interesting and well organized small museum. Children friendly
Staff was great with my autistic son and my handicapped mother. We don't make it to Mississippi ever, really, but if we ever come back, we'll definitely go again!
Meh. Definitely a better experience for kids... There wasn't a whole lot to see on the tour. It's more a stop on your way through than a destination spot.
Wanted to hike the trail but still closed. They said it was because of a fire. A few months ago they said it was due to government shut down.
Interesting, but not enough exhibits for what they charge. Was worth it once.
Fun. Informative. Too bad the bus tours to Stennis have stopped.
Pretty cool place, recommend more for little kids
I recommend the bus tour. It includes the other buildings on the NASA campus.
Well I visited the rest stop n can't believe the shuttle I always visited as a kid has been moved to the space center. My bunch was a lil disappointed n the attendant thought we were crazy n looking for shrooms w the lights on our phone when we were indeed looking for the space shuttle. It made for a good laugh!
Very neat! Lots for kids to do, and some high tech interactive models to play with. Nature and space, cant get any better! Cage and outdoor patio. RV parking
As other reviewers have said, the facility is small but the hands-on exhibits are informative and engaging. I had with me children from 6 years to 18 years, and they all found activities to keep them occupied. We also went on the driving tour of the test sites. It was interesting for those in the party who are interested in the space program & understood what the tour guide driver was saying, but was boring for the younger ones who didn't understand or care.
Such a fun gem hidden away from the busier towns and cities nearby. Wonderful place to spend several hours learning about not only NASA and space but also NOAA, weather (hurricanes), and nature. Seeing the scale if the Saturn V and accompanying LEM is truely humbling. The bus tour is a must and if your lucky enough you might get to witness an engine test!
Extremely small! Paid $43 and spent maybe an hour and a half to two hours there. It was cool seeing the rocket outside but other than that it wasn't worth it. I'll never go there again.
Great fun...if you haven't been, check it out.
A really neat place, right in our back yard. It is a good stop if you are passing through Mississippi as well. Just off the interstate and reasonably priced.
Great place I worked for Jci recieved a pension! Great place two work! Nasa
Cool place, needs more traffic, seems forgotten(sadly)
A must see for those travelling through. Very fun and lots of great information.
Very great place I recommend. Going there
If you or your children are interested in NASA this is definitely an educational experience. The center isn't very big but, has several interactive displays and lots of information. The bus tour was good. You get to drive around the campus and see all the testing sites. Definitely worth the few hours we spent there.
This was a terrible waste of money. Nothing but videos on TV. 9/10 hands on activities were broken or turned off or pie es were missing. It was a complete waste of time and money. Even the kids were completely disappointed. There was nothing about space, or planets or stars. INCREDIBLE WASTE!
Great information about the space program plus they have the first stage of the Saturn V on displayed.
The kids had a blast, they have an area with giant rubber building blocks for them to play, a few video games, hurricane hunters exhibit, sand and rice boxes,areas for pictures, a real booster from a shuttle, a 3D exhibit set up as a ride that did cost extra, a carnivorous plant exhibit and a walk through exhibit that showed us how the astronauts live in space and more. There is also a picnic area and boardwalk as well as a nice gift shop. It is a little expensive but they offer discounts to vets and groups of 20 or more are half price.
A fun day trip with friends. Very educational. Will bring the grandkids next time
Very interesting and inspiring. Many hands on and interactive stations set up. Fun for all ages!! A must see if in the area!
NASA history plenty to see beautiful place to visit plenty of parking and they have a gift shop and deli inside the new space center right of the highway next to the Mississippi rest area if in a motorhome or semi park in rest area and walk over worth the visit freindly employees family atmosphere "Space the final frontier" enjoy I did
A mist visit when in the area, lots of history of the local area and info we didn't know of the local contributions to the space race and industry. Great for all ages.
Very interesting place. Worth the visit
An awesome quick visit and the 3d movie for the extra 4 dollars is worth it. We learned some thing about the future of space travel that we didn't expect to and the exhibits are really cool
Inspiring and informative a great place to visit
Interesting place to bring both the young and old to learn about the space program. There's a nice cafeteria for grabbing a quick bite to eat. Indoor and outdoor seating. Add for the learning experience the activities are geared towards elementary school aged children. But, being an adult, I appreciate the quality of what is being taught here. I enjoyed the activities. Plenty of hands on and instructional activities. I did not see any bored children here.
Not too big, but still cool stuff to look at.
The tour was so amazingly informative.
Meh, not worth the time and $$. We took our two kids and it wasn’t what it’s cracked up to be. I’d recommend skipping it
Very educational. Self tour to better understand what you read.
The museum is over priced for what used to be free when the museum was on the Stennis Space Center. There isn't much about the history of the area. We paid extra for the nature trail tour. We got a great view of biomes full of invasive species and a poor attempt to reintroduce longleaf pine back to the area.
So interesting and informative. Great place to visit.
It was a great place to take the cub scouts. I believe most young kids would enjoy a visit here. We were able to receive classroom instruction due to our association with a group/cub scouts. There is a snack bar there if you decide to eat and stay.
Waste of money! We went to NASA space center in Houston and there is a lot more stuff to see for less money! Spend $58 for 2 kids and 2 adults, 3 interactive games were down, also they charge extra for 3D videos.