Da Vinci Announces Opening Date for New Science Center in Allentown

The Da Vinci Science Center is set to open its doors at the PPL Pavilion in downtown Allentown, bringing with it an exciting array of new exhibits. Replacing the current facility on Cedar Crest College’s campus, this state-of-the-art 67,000 square-foot science education facility will officially open to the public on May 22.

The first exhibit, Dinos Alive, will feature 30 life-sized animated dinosaurs, offering visitors an immersive experience from turkey-sized Velociraptors to the mighty T-rex. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore and learn about these prehistoric creatures in a unique and interactive way.

In addition to the exhibit galleries, the Da Vinci Science Center at PPL Pavilion will offer amenities such as fully equipped classrooms, cutting-edge laboratories, and interactive workshops to spark creativity. There will also be a rooftop terrace available for private events, adding to the overall visitor experience.

Lin Erickson, executive director and CEO of Da Vinci Science Center said “Our vision for a world-class science center would not have come to fruition without strong support from everyone in the Lehigh Valley and beyond.” With its mission to bring science to life and lives to science, this new science center aims to immerse visitors in unique experiences inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s insatiable curiosity.

Come explore, learn, and discover with us at this premier science center in the Lehigh Valley.

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