Located along the Mississippi Gulf Coast off Interstate 10 and just minutes from NASA’s Stennis Space Center, INFINITY Science Center is a non-profit science museum offering a blend of space, Earth science, engineering and technology content where guests can explore 35,000 square feet of indoor gallery and learning space through artifacts, tours, memorable experiences, educational programs and citizen science opportunities. Outdoors, meander through 1400 linear feet of outdoor Biome Boardwalk through upland forests and Bayhead swamps, and two observation decks for guest to explore outdoors. Guests can also embark on a guided tram tour along the Possum Walk Trail that educates visitors on the history of the area, as well as the ecological diversity within this portion of the buffer zone.
Recent additions include the Apollo 19 Saturn V first stage, the Apollo 4 command module, and a suite of exhibits that teach visitors about orbits, the electromagnetic spectrum, weather prediction and the health of the environment. INFINITY’s former Science on a Sphere theater was recently renovated to offer additional guest seating and expanded theater viewing opportunities – both traditional and Science on a Sphere datasets. A 90-seat 3-D Immersive theater will also open in summer 2018.
INFINITY also serves as the official visitor center for NASA Stennis Space Center and their resident agencies. Your admission price includes a bus tour of NASA Stennis Space Center. Bus tours run Monday – Saturday from 11-3 (every hour on the hour) and are on a first come, first serve basis. Registration is required. A government-issued ID is required for the bus tour for passengers 18 and older; passports or a permanent residence card are required for non-US citizens.
INFINITY is open Monday – Saturday from 9-4 (9-5 Memorial Day through Labor Day). For more information, visit www.VisitInfinity.com or call (228) 533-9025. Find us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/INFINITYScienceCenter