Where Fun
Meets Fascinating




We're glad you're here and we hope that your plans include a physical visit. INFINITY is a non-profit science museum dedicated to providing our guests with a quality, fun, and fascinating learning experience. INFINITY also is NASA's official visitor center for the Stennis Space Center, a Federal city of resident offices, headquarters, laboratories, and test facilities for more than 30 Federal and state organizations, universities, and corporations. INFINITY offers a blend of space, Earth science, engineering and technology content, spiced with innovative programming, that leverages expertise from the area's leading edge research and test operations. This combination guarantees an experience you will not find anywhere else.

Hours & Admission

Hours of Operation

Monday - Saturday
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Odyssey Gift Shop: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The CaFe: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm 

Admission Prices

  • Children (Under 3) - FREE
  • Children (Ages 4-13) - $6
  • Adults (Ages 14-54) - $12
  • Seniors/Military (Age 55+) - $10
  • Group Rates (Groups 20 or more) - $6
  • Parking - FREE

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Special Events

Special Events

  Senior Wednesdays    March of the Birds logo square      Rockets 2 Racecars logo square      Home School Mondays

Getting Here

Getting Here

Take I-10 or U.S. Highway 90/607 to I-10 MS Exit 2 (South). We’re “next door” to the Mississippi Welcome Center just a few miles from the MS/LA border.  Or simply key our address into your GPS: 1 Discovery Circle, Pearlington, MS  39572.  If you get lost, just call us and we’ll guide you in: 228-533-9025.

A NASA Visitor Center

Every NASA facility has one and the INFINITY Science Center serves as the Stennis Space Center’s exhibits showcase, off-site conference facility, and bus staging area for public tours of NASA’s massive, active test stands and rocket engine test range operations. INFINITY is a partner in NASA’s Visitor Center Collaboration Team which includes the likes of Space Center Houston, the Great Lakes Science Center, California Science Center, the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum, and others.

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Did You Know?



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Back the Booster

Join us for one final Apollo mission. We’ve launched a campaign to rescue the last remaining major piece of unpreserved Apollo hardware, the Apollo 19 first stage booster. We need your help to ensure that a priceless American artifact lives on and inspires new generations.

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