Plan Your Visit
Welcome to ScienceWorks!
You will notice some changes to your experience at during the pandemic. We are doing everything we can to make your visit as enjoyable and safe as possible. Some of the most noticeable changes are:
- Face coverings (covering the mouth and nose; not clear plastic shields) are required for all staff and visitors age 5 and up, and recommended for everyone age 2 and up.*
- Many exhibits will be modified to reduce touch surfaces (fewer hands-on activities) and increase physical distancing.
- Exhibits that cannot be modified for safe usage will be closed.
We understand that these changes mean ScienceWorks will be different than it was before. We are looking forward to reopening all of our exhibits as soon as possible. In the meantime, please help us keep you and your family safe by following these guidelines with us. If you are uncomfortable with our guidelines, you may want to wait and visit later in the year.
TEMPORARILY CLOSED AS OF NOVEMBER 13, 2020.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
New Years Day
We are also open most bank holidays, please call for more information.
Groups of 15 or more people are eligible for an entrance fee discount of $8 per person. Please pre-arrange your group visit via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The first Sunday of every month is a special day at ScienceWorks! Enjoy special programming and reduced admission price of $3 for ages 2 and up.
Museums for All
Show your SNAP/Oregon Trail card at the Front Desk for discounted $3 admission for benefits card holder and up to four family members.
ScienceWorks is a Blue Star Museum
Blue Star Museums offer free admission to the nation’s active-duty military personnel and their families, including National Guard and Reserve, from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. Free admission is good for a military ID holder and up to five family members. A Veteran's discount is available year-round, as well.
ASTC Passport Program
As a member of a science center or museum participating in the ASTC Travel Passport Program, visitors may be eligible for benefits such as free general admission when traveling outside of their local area. ScienceWorks will admit 2 adults and multiple children when shown a valid membership card from another Passport institution, such as OMSI, Turtle Bay or the Eugene Science Center (formerly the Science Factory).
Directions from I-5 Northbound, Exit 14
Taking Exit 14, turn left onto OR-66/Ashland St. Continue for approximately .8 mi to the intersection of Ashland St and Walker Ave. Turn right onto Walker Ave and continue to approximatly .5 mi until the intersection of Walker Ave and E Main St. Turn left onto E Main St. Take the first left (Campus Way), next to the large "ScienceWorks" sign.
Directions from I-5 Southbound, Exit 14
Taking Exit 14, turn right onto OR-66/Ashland St. Continue for approximately .8 mi to the intersection of Ashland St and Walker Ave. Turn right onto Walker Ave and continue to approximatly .5 mi until the intersection of Walker Ave and E Main St. Turn left onto E Main St. Take the first left (Campus Way), next to the large "ScienceWorks" sign.
Directions from I-5 Southbound, Exit 19
Taking Exit 19, turn right onto S Valley View Rd and continue .25 mi to the intersection of OR-99/Rogue Valley Highway. Turn left onto Rogue Valley Highway and continue into Ashland's downtown area. Rogue Valley Highway will become N Main St as you travel toward the downtown area. At the intersection of Main St and Helman Way, the road becomes a one way southbound street for the duration of the downtown area and is called E Main St. Continue along E Main St in the leftmost lane until the intersection of Gresham/3rd, E Main St/OR-99/Siskiyou Blvd. (A gas station will be on your left and a library will be on your right). The leftmost lane at this point will take you through the intersection and you will stay on E Main. You will end up on the left side of Ashland Firehouse No 1. Continue south on E Main for approximately .75 mi. ScienceWorks is on the right hand side, just past the National Guard Armory and the National Fish & Wildlife Forensic Laboratory.