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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) — The interactive hands-on learning center is re-opened in a new ┬álocation.

Saturday Sci-Quest opened its doors at its new location on Paramount Drive in Huntsville.

The science learning center had been closed since late last year while the center was moved.

Sci-Quest Education Director Angela Giles says the re-opening was met with enthusiasm from parents. “We got a lot of great feedback from the public today, everybody really likes the new layout. Everything’s been fixed and upgraded, and it all looks really great.”

Giles says many of the exhibits made the move, but there are some new interactive learning exhibits on display.

She says the new center is designed with parents in mind as well as their kids. “I really feel like it’s a more cohesive site as far as where the exhibits are, how they’re placed, it’s a lot more compacted, so as a parent you’ll be able to see for a long period of time. We have a snack area where you’ll be able to see most of the floor.”

Giles says the center is now open seven days a week, and the cost is ten dollars for children and nine for adults.

The center is located at 1435 Paramount Drive in Huntsville.


  • Jim

    I thought Sci-Quest was moving to Madison so Huntsville defunded their 200K a year support. Last I heard they were moving to some shopping center into an old Big Box store in Madison..Did they change plans since the new location is apparently still in Huntsville..

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