Plan Your Visit

Visit Us

SEE's interactive exhibits create fun, hands-on learning experiences for visitors of all ages.  We recommend planning two to three hours for your visit.  Check out some of our exhibits!

SEE is reopen at a reduced capacity and schedule.  We have safety protocols and procedures in place.  Between sessions and at the end of each day all exhibits are sanitized.  You can learn more below.

SEE Science Center Hours

Covid-19 Recovery Hours Now in effect. 

Reservations required


Saturdays & Sundays + Special Days listed below
10:00am – 1:00pm or 2:00pm – 5:00pm

Columbus Day Monday Oct. 12th
Election Day Tuesday Nov. 3rd
Veterans Day Wednesday Nov.11th
Friday after Thanksgiving Nov. 27th
December 28th -31st


Admission Fee

$9.00 per person for ages 3 and up

Register Below or by calling 603-669-0400.

You can call us from the parking lot during a session if you have forgotten to pre-register, but we cannot guarantee an opening.

The Museum will be closed from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm for deep cleaning.

Online tickets are available for in advance.  Members please bring your card with you.   Don't forget all membership expiration dates have been extended for the amount of time SEE was closed.

What to expect
  • All visitors above the age of two will be required to wear a mask throughout the course of their visit.
  • If you have been ill or have any of the COVID-19 symptoms such as fever,
    headache, sore throat, and/or coughing, please stay home.
  • Unless a family or group arrives together, all guests must remain at least six feet apart.
  • Travel through the exhibit halls will not be restricted.
  • SEE can only accept groups of ten (10) or fewer general visitors at this time.
  • The following exhibits will not be available: Bernoulli Blower; Soap Bubble Station. All other exhibits will remain open.
  • The Museum shop will be open, but only one family/group will be permitted to enter the shop at a time.
  • Advanced registration is required. Walk-in's must register online or by phone before entering the building.
  • Elevator usage will be limited and reserved for those in need. Please consider leaving strollers at home and wearing comfortable shoes for exploring the Museum via stairs.
  • We recommend bringing a reusable water bottle or purchasing a water bottle from onsite vending machines.

You can read our full policy & procedures here.  Please feel free to contact us for more information on our safety guidelines and policies
603-669-0400 or


The SEE Science Center aims to create a welcoming environment for all guests.  Please ask our front desk staff if you need assistance.

  • Our facility is accessible through outdoor ramps and an elevator in the building’s main hallway
  • Wheelchair accessible restroom stalls are available in the building’s main hallway restrooms
  • Service animals are allowed under ADA guidelines
  • We have several inclusion initiatives, learn more here.


  • Restrooms with changing stations located on SEE’s lower level
  • Snacks and beverages are available for sale & we allow outside food
  • SEE has a Gift Shop with science related items and souvenirs
  • Free Parking in the building lot.  More parking info.

Millyard Museum in Same Building

While planning your visit to the SEE Science Center, you may also want to plan a visit to the Manchester Historic Association’s Millyard Museum, which is located in the same building on the first floor. SEE has reciprocal membership with the Millyard Musuem and is offering a dual pass option on Saturdays.

Map your Route

SEE is located at 200 Bedford Street in Manchester's historic Millyard district. The building may be entered from either the Bedford Street or the Commercial Street side–both entrances are centrally located. The building is handicap accessible and stroller friendly with ramps at both building entrances, and elevator access to all floors. SEE's main entrance is on the fourth floor of the building.
Map Your Route