Greensboro Science Center

4301 Lawndale Dr (Lake Janette)

Greensboro Science Center

The Greensboro Science Center is a museum complex in Greensboro, North Carolina that includes a zoo, an aquarium, a museum, and a theater. The center is located on 14 acres of land and features over 250 species of animals and plants from around the world. Visitors can experience a wide range of exhibits and interactive activities, including feeding a stingray, exploring the human body, and taking a walk through a rainforest. The center also hosts a variety of educational programs and events, making it a popular destination for families and school groups.

The Greensboro Science Center has a rich history dating back to the 1950s when a group of local educators and business leaders formed the Greensboro Junior Museum. The museum has since evolved and expanded, adding an aquarium and a zoo, and changing its name to the Greensboro Science Center in 2003. In addition to its exhibits and programs, the center is also involved in conservation efforts and participates in research and breeding programs for endangered species.

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