Science museum

Opening of the MoSac Science Museum – The Sacramento Observer


Staff report

The latest gem in Sacramento’s burgeoning cultural scene, the Museum of Science and Curiosity (MOSAC), officially opened to the public last week.

The multimedia center features a state-of-the-art 120-seat UC Davis Multiverse theater and planetarium, hands-on exhibits on how to save the planet, classrooms and community events that explore the wonders of science, technology, life and culture. engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM).

The 30,000 square foot Science Museum, built on the site of a former SMUD power plant at 400 Jibboom Street along the Sacramento River adjacent to Matsui Waterfront Park, “will strengthen our efforts to educate our customers about renewable energy. , clean cars, electricity and environmental solutions that will improve our community for generations to come, ”said Paul Lau, CEO and CEO of SMUD.

“It will spark children’s curiosity and spur innovation in our region as we build a carbon-free economy and teach science, technology, engineering and math to our future teachers, policymakers, scientists and more,” he added.

MoSac is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ticket prices range from $ 12 to $ 15.

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