Buffalo Museum of Science was designed and opened in 1929 by James A. Johnson and August Esenwein. It is located in Buffalo, New York, United States at Martin Luther King Jr. Park, near the Kensington Expressway.The cost to get into the museum is $14 for adults, $11 for seniors (65 and older), $11 for children (2 through 17), $11 for students and military with ID, and FREE for museum members. A year round membership is available to purchase as well. You can get an individual for just $60, a dual for $70, a family pass for $80, or a family plus pass (a family and one extra general admission) for $100. The visiting hours are Monday through Tuesday 10 am- 4 pm, Wednesday 10 am-9 pm, and Thursday through Sunday 10 am- 4 pm. The Kellogg observatory viewing hours are Wednesdays 7:30-11 pm by reservation only. The rooftop hours are Sundays 12-3 pm. Buffalo Museum has many different exhibits to visit. These exhibits include Artifacts, Biodiversity, Buffalo in Space, Bug Works, Construct, Explorations, Explore You, Golden Mummies of Egypt, In Motion, Kellogg Overvatory, Our marvelous Earth, Planetarium, Rethink Extinct, Seymour & Stanley, and Yum Presented by Wegmans. At Buffalo Museum you have the opportunity to learn and experience many things. You can learn all about Egypt and the Greek and Roman worlds, you can go to stations to learn about and different science concepts like space, weather, energy, and the environment. You can learn more about physics and get involved in experiments. You can stop at the Bug Works and learn all about the different bugs in our world and view the many sorts of shapes and sizes of those bugs. At Buffalo Museum there are so many different activities and stations for you and your family and friends to come and spend the day. You will be entertained for hours and you will leave with a better understanding of science.