There's always something new, relevant and exciting going on at INFINITY. Monthly themes and special events tied to historic moments in scientific discovery and exploration are happening all the time.
From the moment you arrive at INFINITY, you'll be caught up in the excitement of discovery. Interactive exhibits such as our new Carnivorous Plants Conservatory and Hurricane Prediction Lab (coming soon) spark your curiosity and artifacts such as Fred Haise's astronaut suit tell of the history of space exploration.
When you take a field trip to the INFINITY Science Center, you will be intrigued and inspired. Our "Smart Fun" approach introduces the next generation of scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and even astronauts to an awe-inspiring world they'll never forget.
Educators will find new and dynamic avenues to approach curriculum that will pique students' curiosity and passion. Everybody has a blast at INFINITY! Your visit includes a discount on the Omega Flight Simulator and a discount on Astronaut Ice Cream!
Is reddish-brown, like Mars, but for a different reason. Mars' color is caused by iron oxide, or rust. Pluto's color is likely caused by a reaction between the planet's methane atmosphere and cosmic rays and solar ultraviolet light.
Make a donation of $50 for each autograph or $100 for three autographs. Your donation will help showcase the area's world class science and research, but more importantly, become a investment in the advancement of STEM education and literacy in the Mississippi and Louisiana Gulf Coast region.Learn More