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Rita S.
Report | 14 days ago
Be sure to get there early and schedule your whole family for this experience! Awesome!
Katie B.
Report | a month ago
It wasn't as exciting as I thought it would be. Wouldn't have been happy if I paid full price.
Rosemary C.
Report | a month ago
A fun and educational experience for children and adults alike.
Stacey B.
Report | a month ago
We arrived at the Challenger Learning Center with my son complaining about missing a basketball game to be there. Within 10 minutes of arriving he was already asking if he could come again tomorrow. An awesome experience and really fun for the kids.
Dawn P.
Report | 2 months ago
My kids loved it & to my surprise - it was very interesting!!
Elizabeth B.
Report | 4 months ago
It is a learning experience. Go prepared to work a bit and learn.
Cindy K.
Report | 5 months ago
Buy for everyone in your family. I just bought for my daughter and a friend, but wish I would have bought for myself and her father, too!
Report | 7 months ago
Don't be late! Explore the center before or after your session. Cute gift shop with "space food."
Yolanda B.
Report | 7 months ago
A great experience for kids.
Julie E.
Report | 7 months ago
The boys really like the experience.
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The astronauts deftly dodge the oncoming trickle of rocks and debris from the meteor shower, and as the rubble clears they see the Moon up ahead. It is at this site that they?ll soon establish the first permanent human base. Though it sounds like science fiction, novice astronauts attempt this feat daily at Challenger Learning Center-St. Louis. Part of the Challenger Center for Space Science Education?a nonprofit founded by the families of the astronauts who died in the 1986 Challenger space-shuttle mission?the center educates visitors in science and teamwork with its space simulators. Whether navigating a spacecraft or abetting astronauts at a Mission Control modeled after NASA?s Johnson Space Center, student, community, and corporate groups must maintain a cooperative spirit while assembling a probe, or being the first human to land on Mars.

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