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Challenger Learning Center-St. Louis - Ferguson

Two-Hour Simulated Space Mission for Two or Four at Challenger Learning Center-St. Louis in Ferguson (Up to 52% Off)

The Fine Print

  • Expires Jun 5th, 2013.
  • Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Sessions must be used by the same person. Must use promotional value in 1 visit.

Questions and Answers 15 questions

Q:

If we buy the $29.00 for four. Is the cost $29.00 for each or for all. If we purchase the offer can it be used by our grandson? thank you

Floyd B.  asked on  Jun 7, 2012

A:

The offer for $29 would be the total cost for four people.

Tasmyn S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 7, 2012

Q:

Can a 10 and 11 year old attend the same session?

John R t.  asked on  Jun 7, 2012

A:

Yes. While the Moon, Mars and Comet mission are geared towards participants ages 11 and up, your 10-year old can participate in those as well.

Tasmyn S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 7, 2012

Q:

So, there is myself and my 2 kids but you don't have an offer for 3 or odd numbers. Any suggestions?

James D.  asked on  Jun 6, 2012

A:

You can either purchase the buy one get one free and then pay full price for the 3rd person or purchase the 4 person deal and invite a friend!

Tasmyn S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 6, 2012

Q:

Are adults allowed to attend without children?

Wendy F.  asked on  Jun 5, 2012

A:

Absolutely!

Tasmyn S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 6, 2012

Q:

If I purchase a mission for 4 can we use it on different missions? i.e. parent and one 11+ kid on one mission and one parent and 6+ kid on junior mission?

A B.  asked on  Jun 6, 2012

A:

You must use the Groupon on a single visit.

Tasmyn S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 6, 2012

Q:

Can this groupon be used for the Jr, program?

Jessica Beasley G.  asked on  Jun 5, 2012

A:

Yes, you can use the Groupon for the Jr Astronauts public mission.

Tasmyn S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 5, 2012

Q:

I have 2 grandsons 10 and 11. The 10 year old is a special needs child who now is in a wheelchair, is this something that he could do? He read and talks very well but is limited physically.

John R t.  asked on  Jun 5, 2012

A:

Yes, all aspects of the public mission program and facility are wheelchair accessible.

Tasmyn S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 5, 2012

Q:

What are the hours and days this program is available? Would the older learning program be something that would interest our two grandchildren, daughter and son-in-law, and my husband and myself? Ages from 9 to 64

Linda W.  asked on  Jun 5, 2012

A:

The public missions are offered throughout the year, primarily on Saturdays. There is a list of days and times on our website at www.clcstlouis.org on the home page under "Public Missions". The Jr Astronaut program is geared towards kids ages 6 and up and their families and the other missions (Moon, Mars, and Comet) are geared towards participants 11 and up.

Tasmyn S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 5, 2012

Q:

My son is 10. I'd prefer that he attends the 11+ program (with both his parents as chaperones. Would you allow this?

Tina H.  asked on  Jun 5, 2012

A:

As long as you are aware that the program is geared towards ages 11 and up, your son can participate. However, you will need to pay (or use the Groupon) for any person that participates in the mission.

Tasmyn S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 5, 2012

Q:

Is this something I would need to attend with my children, too, or are they doing this alone? In other words, I have other children under 5, so would I need to find a babysitter for the older two to participate with me as a "chaperone" or do 11 year olds do this on their own?

Jackie  asked on  Jun 5, 2012

A:

An 11 year old may participate on their own without a chaperone in the mission.

Tasmyn S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 5, 2012

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