Feel forces, pull yourself up, freeze your shadow, throw air across the room! Touch and try exhibits on light, electricity, forces, momentum, sound and much more! SEE's exhibits aim to create fun, hands-on informal learning experiences for visitors of all ages.
Don't miss SEE's newest permanent exhibit BiologYou! With more than a dozen experiences, discover human biology and biotechnology.
SEE is also the home of the LEGO® Millyard Project, a permanent representation of Manchester's millyard circa 1900 built with more than 3 million LEGO® pieces.
During Covid-19 recovery the Bubbles, the Bernoulli Blower and Moonwalk and Static Electricity demonstrations are not available. All other exhibits are sanitized twice daily.
The moonwalk is a memorable experience for young SEE Science Center visitors. Now anyone can share in that experience near or far with SEE's Gravity Expedition Video game. Players can explore environments not just on the moon but other planets in our solar system as well. Discover where gravity is…Learn More
The LEGO® Millyard Project is the largest permanent LEGO® installation at minifigure scale in the world. The installation is in the SEE Science Center. The project represents Manchester's Amoskeag Millyard as it might have looked circa 1900. The Amoskeag Manufacturing Company was commonly recognized as the largest textile manufacturer in…Learn More
The colorful, giant DNA model draws “Wows!” from visitors as they approach. Coordinated lights introduce the amazing structure of our human code. Visitors share laughs when they discover that they share 30% of their DNA with a worm! Using the Cell Explorer, visitors find that DNA is in every one…Learn More
The Sun, Earth, Universe exhibition is part of a nationwide effort to engage audiences in the awe-inspiring fields of Earth and space science. SEE Science Center is one of 52 science centers nation-wide awarded this exhibition. The exhibition will be on display at SEE beginning August 9, 2019 The exhibition…Learn More
The Moonwalk is an iconic experience for young visitors at the SEE Science Center. Designed by SEE founder, Dean Kamen, this exhibit allows young visitors to feel the reduced gravity on the moon with the guidance of a SEE staff member. The moonwalk is available to visitors weighing seventy pounds…Learn More