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MoST - Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology, Syracuse, New York

500 S Franklin St, Syracuse, New York

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Syracuse, New York

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  • Visited: 2013-04-01
  • Submitted: 2013-05-17 18:58:03.0
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A nice small science museum - perfect for a winter day

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There is a small area to eat food/snacks, with some vending machines. I highly recommend you pack your own food and drinks because the options are not great.

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Cicero, New York

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  • Visited: 2013-03-01
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Wonderul Hands on Museum

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I would definitely plan on viewing a movie while there. Parking sometimes is tricky on the weekends.

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  • Visited: 2012-01-01
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Science Museum in Armory Square

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Bring plenty of quarters to feed the parking meters. If you can't find parking on Armory Square, the hotel garage on the same side as Lemon Grass accepts public parking. The Murbro lot that used to be behind the MoST is now closed. Although it is just a small area comprised of a few streets, Armory Square is, in my opinion, the prettiest and most cosmopolitan part of the city of Syracuse. It's becoming an interesting place to shop, with small independent boutiques popping up here and there. Take some time to walk around and explore a little before or after your museum visit.

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Get ready to blow your kids' minds: Within walking distance of the MOST, there is Sakana-Ya, a conveyor belt sushi place just like in Japan. You sit down, the food goes by on the conveyor belt, and you grab what you want before it passes you by. If someone grabs the dish you want, no worries - another identical one will make its way around the belt to you in a minute or two. At the end, you pay according to the empty plates and/or bowls that you've accumulated. This is the only dining experience of its kind anywhere remotely near here. Super fun! There's also a Starbucks and a Freedom of Espresso nearby for any adults who need to re-caffeinate.

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