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Look up at the stars or look down beneath the sea. Whichever direction you glance, these science centers in Georgia help you look towards the future. The Coca-Cola Space Science Center is a highlight of any visit to central Georgia and Columbus. The programs focus on space science, physics, and astronomy. Visit the exhibits and take in a space show in their theater. The collection includes NASA artifacts like a space shuttle engine nozzle that's been in space nine times.
The ocean's depths can be as mysterious as the night sky. Lessen the mystery with a visit to the Tybee Island Marine Science Center near Savannah in coastal Georgia. Enjoy a guided, informative stroll on the beach; explore the gallery which includes live creatures like snakes, alligators, and crabs; watch the resident turtle chow down on lunch; or get wet while you pull a net in the Sift & Seine program to catch and release marine animals.
Put your learning cap on and head for the Coca-Cola Space Science Center on your next visit to Columbus in central Georgia. Just a short walk south from the Columbus Georgia Convention & Trade Center, and set virtually on eastern shore of the Chattahoochee River, the Coca-Cola Space Science Center is an ideal way to spend the afternoon on your stay in Columbus – whether you're traveling with the kids or if you're solo on a business trip.
Opened in 1996, the CCSSC is a division of Columbus State University, seeking to enlighten the public on space science, astronomy and physics. Plan your visit to the CCSSC and check out the Mead Observatory, the Challenger Center, or the Omnisphere Theater. Be sure to take note – the CCSSC is closed on Sundays throughout the year. Since it's opening, the CCSSC has grown in popularity, becoming a highlight of the area – more than 10,000 people visit on a yearly basis.
Open daily, the Tybee Island Marine Center is a major educational center near Savannah and in Coastal Georgia. Explore educational programs, kids activities, and hands-on learning experiences, which involve beach walks, floating classrooms, and a chance to tour the Coastal Gallery and visit the Touch Tank.
Plan your next trek along the coast of Georgia and find your new favorite seaside attraction. Ideal for families and anyone who seeks knowledge, the Tybee Island Marine Science Center is a premier destination in the Peach State. There's plenty to see and do here: don't miss the Beach Walk North or the Beach Walk South. There's the Turtle Talk, the Whale Tale, and even the Coastal Georgia Gallery.