Astronaut Exhibition

Your Journey Begins on Earth

February 6 - May 31, 2021

Jump into your space suit and report for training, because Arizona Science Center's latest exhibition has landed and it’s out of this world! 

Take on the physical and mental challenges in the astronaut training center, experience a rocket launch, explore life on the Space Lab, and investigate how to do science in space. Can you work together to solve problems or accurately land a capsule? How would you eat in space?

Through hands-on and full-body displays, this revealing science exhibition investigates the reality of what it takes to be a space explorer. 26 exhibits relay the physical and psychological effects of living in microgravity on the human body and the technology used to complete a mission. If you have ever wondered what it’s like to live like an astronaut, this exhibition gives you the opportunity to find out.

This limited-time engagement focuses on teamwork to solve problems, accurately perform tasks, and overcome challenges that an astronaut would face on a real mission to the cosmos.

Guests will be captivated and surprised by this absorbing study into the importance of science in space and the future of space exploration.

Created by Scitech in Perth, Australia, and produced by Imagine Exhibitions, Astronaut is a fun adventure for all ages. 

Join the conversation by using the hashtag #ASTRONAUTASC on social media!

3…2…1…BLAST OFF! 


*Requires self-guided experience admission ticket.  




"There was so much to do and touch and experience and we learned so much! The kids absolutely loved it and us adults were amazed at how much we learned. It was such an amazing experience!”  -  Megan Ghormley & Ashlyn Leyba,

"We had such a good time at the Arizona Science Center! [My son] has been focused on space and the universe for it was a great opportunity to explore the Astronaut exhibit and learn all the things." - Yvette Bowling,

"That was fun! Be sure to visit this fun, educational and cool spot for kids" - Kara Hyvarinen,

“My daughter absolutely loved it and keeps asking me to go back.” - Sabrina Jernigan

“It was awesome very well done.” - McCartney K Hart

“OMG! I love this! My 6-year-old daughter has wanted to be an astronaut since she was 3 😍” - Pickelswim