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SEE Science Center
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SEE is open to the public 7 days a week for self-guided exploration of the exhibit areas.

Monday - Friday    10 am - 4 pm
Saturday - Sunday    10 am - 5 pm

SEE is closed some major holidays and in early September for annual renovations. Check our home page news for upcoming closures, including closures for extremely inclement weather.

Admission is $8.00 per person ages 3 and up.
FREE admission for all SEE Members, Millyard Museum Members and Members of ASTC passport program institutions. SEE is also a Blue Star Museum. Admission is available at the entrance at all times, but if you wish, you can Purchase Gift Passes here ahead of time.

Directions

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SEE and the building it occupies is handicap accessible.

Are you planing to stay in the area? Try the Holiday Inn Manchester Airport
located at 2280 Brown Ave, Manchester, NH 03103 call 603-641-6466

Parking

There are parking lots adjacent to the building on both on the Bedford Street and Commercial Street sides. Parking is free in these lots, but we do share these spaces with the other businesses in our building. There are additional parking spaces on the streets surrounding the building. These spaces have pay and display parking kiosks. Please do not park in the private lots for any other buildings in our vicinity.

Exhibits

SEE is a great place for children and visitors of all ages to discover the wonder of science. Interactive hands-on exhibits allow visitors to learn by experience. Check out some of our exhibits.

Demonstrations are offered periodically throughout the day. There is no set schedule for demonstrations.
We have scheduled activities in our Family Workshop click here for info.

Gift Shop

SEE has a small gift shop with science related items and souvenirs. Click here for more info.

Millyard Museum in same building

While planning your visit to SEE, you may also want to plan a visit to the Manchester Historic Association’s Millyard Museum, which is located in the same building on the first floor.