Great Lakes Science Center named best science museum in the United States
CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Great Lakes Science Center is among the 20 science-focused museums vying for the nation’s best according to USA Today’s 10Best Readers’ Choice contest.
The publication’s top 10 competitions cover a range of topics and locations, from craft beer to travel and more.
People can vote for their favorite science museum until Monday, March 14. The winners will be announced on Friday, March 25. Votes are limited to one per person per day.
The centers on the list cover a wide range of topics, from dinosaurs to general science and engineering, space and more.
Ohio is the only state with three entrances. The Centers for Science and Industry in Columbus and The Works in Newark are also among the 20 places seeking votes.
Here are the 20 science museums open to votes.
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