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SubmitterStefano SpadoniMore Photos from Stefano Spadoni    Last Update2008/10/29 15:38    

I visited this place thanks to the Foreign Press Association (thank you Suzanne!) and I found this place HUGE and really perfect for families and schools children,

What I found interesting was the polling station to virtually vote and the two "candidates" waiting outside, just cardboards of 1 quarter of an inch.

Maybe to remember us how politics and politicians are really "shallow".

And yes, I liked the big fish in the tank!

Liberty Science Center,  located at 222 Jersey City Boulevard * Jersey City, NJ,  is an innovative learning resource for the lifelong exploration of nature, humanity and technology, strengthening communities, and inspiring global stewardship

http://www.lsc.org/

Located in historic Liberty State Park, neighboring the Statue of Liberty and across the river from Lower Manhattan, Liberty Science Center first opened its doors in 1993.
A group of local corporations initiated a successful public/private partnership in the 1980s, raising $68 million to create Liberty Science Center. Since that time, the Center has become one of New Jersey's most popular attractions, an important tool for building a well-educated workforce, and a daring pioneer in the global science museum field.

After serving more than 9 million guests in its first dozen years of operation, the Center closed its doors in 2005 for an expansion project designed to launch it toward the future with a greatly expanded vision for the role of a 21st-century science museum. The Center re-opened in July 2007 after a nearly two-year, $109 million renovation with all-new exhibitions, a 20,000 square-foot center devoted to science learning and teaching, and a focus on making a difference in society - and inspiring others to do the same.

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