Welcome

Welcome

INFINITY Science Center is a non-profit science museum dedicated to providing our guests with a quality, fun, and fascinating learning experience. INFINITY also is host to the NASA Stennis Visitor Center. INFINITY offers a blend of space, Earth science, engineering and technology content, spiced with innovative programming. At INFINITY, we seek to inspire the next a-ha moment, and be a place where science is fun, fascinating and accesible to everyone.

Hours & Admission

Hours of Operation

We are temporarily closed to the public. We will be reopening June 3rd!

Our regular hours will resume on June 3rd. Our hours will be Thursday - Sunday from 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Our grand reopening kick-off event will be May 29th from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. While we are closed, we are still offering a number of exciting events you won't want to miss!

Admission Prices

  • Adults (Ages 14-54) - $15
  • Seniors/Military/First Responders/Health Care Workers - $13
  • Children (Ages 4-13) - $10
  • Children (3 and under) - FREE
  • Group Rates (Groups 20 or more) - $9
  • Parking - FREE

Additional Info

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Getting Here

Getting Here

Take I-10 or U.S. Highway 90/607 to I-10 MS Exit 2 (South). We’re located next door to the Mississippi Welcome Center just a few miles from the MS/LA border. 

A NASA Visitor Center

INFINITY Science Center is a non-profit 501c3 organization and the official host to the NASA Stennis Visitor Center. Your support helps us to support our mission to inspire, amaze and engage as we seek to inspire the next generation of explorers. 

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Did You Know?

513.7

million miles

Aside from Challenger, the total miles flown by each orbiter is well over the distance between Earth and Mars. The combined mileages for all five orbiters, 513.7 million miles, is more than enough to reach Jupiter.

Get an Autograph from Apollo 13 Astronaut Fred Haise

Make a donation of $75 for each autograph. Your donation will help showcase the area's world class science and research, but more importantly, become an investment in the advancement of STEM education and literacy in the Mississippi and Louisiana Gulf Coast region.

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