People tend to check in during these times:
$1 off general admission with every check-in. Show phone at Box Office to receive discount for up to 4 people in your party. (COSI Code: 215)
Love the traveling exhibits and the science center always really captivates kids.
Check out the traveling Exhibition Lego
Love this place it's so awesome good for the family went as a kid and I go as an adult too and it's still fun :)
Love the kids area on the second floor for the water fun and the playtime
The best thing to do is go to the auditorium it's a blast
They always have a cool exhibit we checked out the brain thing today thank you osu was pretty awesome
STEM EDUCATION & Innovation Conference is February 28, 2015 at Hilton Inn (Easton), Columbus, OH. Hosted by DLS Education Services and UTS News Mag. & Media.
Cool but expensive. Lots of busted exhibits. Empty hand sanitizer dispensers.
Loved this place since I was a kid. Now I get to take my own child as well as friends and nephew and watch their wonderment.
Going as adults is a great experience!!!
What a great venue for our international and national group chimney sweeps
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They have a lot of interactive displays which makes it more fun
COSI Little Seeds Big Tractors gives COSI goers an up close and personal feel of life on a farm. The event is held mid August be sure to visit and see all the farm equipment.
You have to pay extra for a lot of the "fun" things to do like the 3D movies and Myth Busters exhibits.
You can pack and bring your lunch and drinks in. Prices in the cafe are a little high.
Don't come here while hungover.
Somebody shoot me, please!
COSI presents MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition, based on Discovery Channel's series June 8-Sept. 2. Uncover the truth behind everything from blowing down a brick house to staying dry in the rain.
Buy your tickets online so you don't have to wait in line. Online tickets are good for one year. You can buy tickets online using your smartphone. This saved me half an hour during Christmas Break.
Free metered parking on Sundays! Save the $5 parking fee and walk across the street.
Ride in a space capsule, test your skills as an “armchair” astronaut or maneuver a rover through a Martian landscape. Learn about life in orbit inside a mockup of the ISS!
Can’t get enough of COSI? Don’t miss COSI science spots at the first Family Funday of the summer at Columbus Commons on May 26 & Aug. 25! Visit
WATER engages all learning styles through hands-on & digital interactive elements, videos, wall panels, models, specimens & live animals.
Be sure to see a movie in the Giant Screen Theatre…the 3-D is amazing!
One of the best science museums in the country.
Show your Giant Eagle card and save $3 per adult ticket!!
Last day to see spookley and ultimate wave movie
If you're here on a quiet day, go to Adventure and ask to see the throne room. It's definitely a cool and unique experience!
The best science center in the country!!!!!!!!!! No others are close.
Go at night, park on the little street with meters across from the parking lot (you don't have to pay) and walk around back where the fountains are. Sit on the steps and see the city lights. Kiss her!
Cone when it first opens. The afternoon is always super crowded.
COSI members buy a reduced parking pass when u check in
Be sure to take along a cooler n picnic lunch, for even more savings. Check out their web page for summer camp-ins.
The Splish-Splash! area is great for younger children to play in. Just make sure you put on one of the raincoats on your children.
Check out Adventure. Only open until September. By far the coolest exhibit I've ever experienced.
Best in Columbus for Rainy Day!
Bring an extra change of clothes. Kids LOVE to play in the water in Ocean and can get themselves pretty wet! Our Girl Scouts had a great time at Camp-In!
get on the Ride that spins
ADVENTURE! Unless your phone has a decent flash that can stay on for a while, bring a small flashlight, a pencil, and maybe some extra paper or small notebook. You'll need it.
Terribly disappointing. Little Kidspace was too young for our three-year-old, but everything else was too advanced. NOTHING to do for kids in the 3-6 range.
Gadgets is a fun spot for kids who love seeing new contraptions and how things work.
The Ocean exhibit is our favorite. If you have kids age 5 or under check out the play are on the third floor. Our daughter can spend hours there.
Bring your kids! This museum is fantastic!
They have towels and access to a clothes dryer, along with a change of clothes for kids in the Kidspace.
Go to Cosi and have a blast with my little brother!!