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Bluedorn Science Imaginarium

322 Washington Street

If you're curious about the museum district's history, you'd have gotten along famously with its founder, Henry Grout. The Waterloo native was curious about the world around him. That curiosity, along with his generosity, has been on display for generations of inquisitive museum visitors.



Saturday, May 12, 2018
Very interesting, there was many hands on activities for children. Activities for all ages. They had demonstrations with reptiles when we visited. The staff was very friendly and en encouraged participation. It was a bit dated but science is science and there was opportunities for children to learn. The gift shop was great and fairly inexpensive.

Phoebe Pittman

Friday, June 29, 2018
So much potential but I suspect that funding is the missing component. Some displays are great and some seem to be missing pieces. Little kids will still enjoy it.

Matt Proctor

Friday, March 23, 2018
This is my second time at the Imaginarium. Both times I've gone the place has been not very clean and a bit smelly. It is a fun place to take kids because of the various activities they can do and the little science shows they provide. But if some time and effort could be in to put into sprucing the place up I would recommend it.

Louise Nielson

Friday, June 8, 2018
We drove an hour to get here and it wasn't worth the trip. Close to half of their displays were not working. It could have been nicer with better up keep.

London Nelson

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
So fun. I take my 8 year old nephew on a fairly regular basis. Fun exhibits to help children learn about various scientific principles. Demonstrations as well.

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