Come out and enjoy this wonderful Science and Industry museum in SEPTEMBER 2017 on their free admission days (click link at bottom for more information) at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago ! Free days this month are Sept. 5-8, 11-15, 18-22 and 25-29. The Museum of Science and Industry is at 5700 S. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago. (773) 684-1414 or msichicago.org/. The MSI’s ongoing mission has been to inspire the inventive genius in visitors with world-class, permanent and temporary exhibits such as:
- The U-505 Submarine, the only German U-boat in the United States
- The Great Train Story, with more than 30 trains on 1,400 feet of track
- The Coal Mine, which allows guests to descend into an Illinois mine
- Earth Revealed, which provides a stunning look at our planet and the forces that affect it
- Fast Forward … Inventing the Future, showcases cutting-edge technology and innovation from inventors from around the world
- Smart Home: Green + Wired, the three story, modular ‘green’ home that sports a redesigned ’empty nester’ theme, created by Midwest Living magazine.
- The MSI’s newest permanent exhibit, Science Storms, lets visitors experience and discover the science behind some of nature’s most awesome phenomena.
Upcoming FREE DAYS in 2017 are:
2017 Illinois Free Day Schedule
Illinois residents receive free Museum Entry1 on the following dates:
5-8, 11-15, 18-22, 25-29
1 On Illinois Free Days, Museum Entry is free for all Illinois residents who show valid proof of residency. No further Chicago residency discounts apply on Illinois Free Days. Omnimax films, Coal Mine and optional U-505 onboard tours, and certain temporary exhibits are not included in Museum Entry, and require separate admission. See Ticket Prices on Illinois Free Days and Parking.
On Illinois Free Days, general admission is free for all Illinois residents who show valid proof of residency. No further Chicago residency discounts apply on Illinois Free Days. Omnimax films, the optional U-505 onboard tour, and certain temporary exhibits are not included in general admission, and require separate admission.