LSC to Reopen Labor Day Weekend

The naked mole rats, cotton-top tamarins, and all the other animals at Liberty Science Center have spent the last few months asking when they can see you again. Now we have an answer: Labor Day Weekend!

That's right! With your health and safety as our top priority, Liberty Science Center will reopen to members on Friday, September 4 and to the general public on Saturday, September 5.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • We will reopen with digital tickets and limited capacity. Guests are asked to purchase tickets online in order to reduce wait times and increase physical distancing. Tickets will go on sale closer to the reopening. Check back here for more details.
  • Guests age 2 and over must wear masks. All of our staff members will be wearing them, too.
  • We have fun new programming designed with your health and safety in mind. While some experiences, like the Touch Tunnel and Infinity Climber, will be temporarily closed, our team has created lots of new programs and modified exhibitions to reduce contact. Stay tuned for the exciting updates!
  • We are doing body temperature checks. If you register above 100.3°F, your party will have to return another time.
  • Increased daily disinfecting and sanitizing protocols will be in place for the entire facility. There will be special attention paid to highly trafficked areas and high-touch surfaces throughout the building and its exhibits. Hand sanitizer is readily available throughout the building.
  • LSC reopens to members on September 4 and to the general public on September 5. The Labor Day Weekend fun continues on September 6 and 7. Afterward, we will be open on Thursdays and Fridays from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, and Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.

In the meantime, check out LSC in the House to access all of our online experiences. Follow us on Facebook to check out our weekly science trivia games on Tuesdays at 1:00 pm, and live Planetarium Online shows on Thursdays at 1:00 pm.

LSC’s mission—to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers—is more urgent than ever. Click here to donate today.