The Da Vinci Science Center is a science museum and nonprofit organization in Allentown, Pennsylvania that has been a leader in "bringing science to life and lives to science", as its mission states, since 1992. Its slogan is Open for ExSCIting Possibilities. The Center excels in connecting people of all ages to the wonders of science in their lives, their creative curiosities, and tomorrow’s innovative careers. Its engaging and highly-interactive experiences include a two-story exhibit floor; nearly three-dozen programs for visitors of all ages, students, educators, and community groups; and regional workforce initiatives that integrate limited-engagement exhibits with programs highlighting workforce development opportunities. The Center's primary focus is introducing kids to the potential of the STEM subjects - science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The Da Vinci Science Center is located in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley, approximately 65 miles north of Philadelphia, PA, and 90 miles west of New York, NY. Its primary service area in eastern Pennsylvania and western New Jersey is home to 4.9 million people.
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