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Discovery Center of the Southern Tier

Discovery Center of the Southern Tier is located in Ross Park next to the Binghamton Zoo and also features a Story Garden

1-607-773-8661
60 Morgan Road
Binghamton, NY 13903
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The 22,500-square-foot Discovery Center of the Southern Tier is a hands-on children's museum created for, with and by children. Play and learning flow together in unique hands-on settings designed with imagination, research and attention to the needs and spirit of today’s learners.
 

The Discovery Center is located in Ross Park next to the Binghamton Zoo and features 30 play and learn exhibits that children can dig, drive, fly, shop, hop, perform and paint their way through.
 

The museum also features a Story Garden, free parking, inside & outdoor picnic areas, diaper changing facilities and a nursing room.
 

The center regularly offers family workshops, early childhood adventures, art expressions, school programs, multi-cultural awareness, day camps, a state certified K-5 after school program and a licensed preschool during the academic year.


There is a fee.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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