Contact: Katelyn Del Buco
Pacific Science Center, Seattle
CIGNA FOUNDATION PRESENTS CIGNA DAYS AT
PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER
Enjoy FREE admission the first Monday of the month through April, 2013
SEATTLE – (January 31, 2013) – Cigna Days return to Pacific Science Center thanks to the generous support of the health services company, the Cigna Foundation. On the first Monday of the month from February through April, 2013, Pacific Science Center will offer free admission to exhibits and a complimentary ticket to a documentary IMAX® film to the first 200 guests to pass through our gates.
General admission to Pacific Science Center includes access to all of the main exhibit halls including popular attractions such as the Tropical Butterfly House, Science On a Sphere and our newest permanent exhibit, Professor Wellbody’s Academy of Health & Wellness, featuring over 7,000 square feet of activities and gadgets that promote healthy living.
Current films playing in our theaters as part of Cigna Days free admission include: Flight of the Butterflies in 3D, The Last Reef 3D, Hubble 3D and Born To Be Wild 3D. This offer is valid for on-site guests only; no online transactions. Admissions to IMAX® feature films, as well as the planetarium and Laser Dome shows are not included in the Cigna Days offer.
As an independent, not-for-profit institution, Pacific Science Center is a recognized leader in science education. Each year, the Science Center engages and inspires more than one million people in Seattle and across the state through its on-site, classroom, and travelling programs. Pacific Science Center is committed to providing accessibility for all guests. For detailed information about our facility and services, please visit pacificsciencecenter.org.
Pacific Science Center inspires a lifelong interest in science, mathematics and technology by engaging diverse communities through interactive and innovative exhibits and programs. Pacific Science Center began as the United States Science Pavilion during the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair. Millions came to explore the wonders of science during the World’s Fair and the day after closing ceremonies, the Science Pavilion was given new life as the private, not-for-profit Pacific Science Center, becoming the first U.S. museum founded as a science and technology center.
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