Michigan Science Center
The mission of the Michigan Science Center (MiSci) is to inspire curious minds of all ages to discover, explore and appreciate science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in a creative, dynamic learning environment.
About Michigan Science Center
At the Michigan Science Center, we inspire curious minds of all ages to discover, explore and appreciate STEM in a creative and dynamic learning environment. We do it using informal learning techniques that emphasize hands-on, minds-on interactivity through engaging exhibits, theater shows, and programs that put you at the center of it all.
Located on the corner of Warren Ave. and John R St. in Midtown, the Michigan Science Center is one of several nonprofit organizations in Detroit’s cultural district. With live stage shows, an IMAX® Dome, a 4D theater, a Planetarium, an 8,700 square foot special exhibit hall, and 200+ hands-on exhibits, the Science Center has a lot to offer children and adults alike.
Affectionately known as MiSci, we pride ourselves on being a STEM engagement hub where discovery learning and interactive participation meet. Our exhibits, programs, and science shows explore various topics in STEM and promote literacy and understanding of the natural world and the built environment.