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Texas Museum of Science and Technology

Texas Museum of Science and Technology
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Opening in March 2015, the Texas Museum of Science and Technology (TXMOST) includes the world-renowned Body Worlds-Cycle of Life exhibit. We foster learning and academic excellence by offering educational resources, conducting outreach in the community with our programs, and inspiring the Central Texas community to heighten their awareness, understanding, and participation in the fields of science, engineering, technology, and math.

Unlike most museums, TXMOST tickets are “all-in”, which means that one ticket grants you access to the interactive exhibits, our fossil collection, and the planetarium for your whole visit. We do not limit planetarium visits, so viewing multiple planetarium shows is allowed. Your ticket is also good for the whole day. If you want to leave and come back later in the day, tell box office staff.

Ticket Prices

Adults: $15
Youth (12-17)/Senior/Student/Military: $13
Child (5-11): $11
Ages 4 and Under: FREE

Address

Texas Museum of Science and Technology
1220 Toro Grande Drive
Cedar Park, TX 78613

Contact

512.961.5333

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