Win Our Liberty Science Center Ticket Giveaway!

Posted on: December 17th, 2017by

This post with a Liberty Science Center Ticket Giveaway was sponsored by the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, New Jersey. We appreciate their support of Jersey Family Fun that allows us to share with families information about things to do in New Jersey and kids science museums in New Jersey that we think your family may enjoy.

 

We love love love having experiences with our families. With the upcoming break from school, there are so many days where you can have an experience with your kids. Our website, is full of ways to spend your winter break having fun together, so please explore (after we tell you about this way). This past Saturday, we had a fascinating experience at the Liberty Science Center as part of a blogger event with the JerseyMomsBlog. As part of our swag bag we were given 4 tickets to host a Liberty Science Center Ticket Giveaway.  After we a week of back-to-back ticket giveaways, this is a super way for us to wrap it up.

The Liberty Science Center has so many activities for the kids to do. Whether you visit during winter break, yearround or both, we know your family will have a wonderful time.

12 Liberty Science Center activities to do with your kids year-round.

Whether you win our Liberty Science Center ticket giveaway or not here are some great reasons to plan a visit to the Liberty Science Center.

  • Go see a show in the NEW Liberty Science Center planetarium. You can read all about it in this article, The NEW Liberty Science Center Planetarium ~ The Region’s Largest & Most Advanced Planetarium.
  • Be a part of science experiments. ~ Check the Liberty Science Center schedule when you arrive to see what science experiments your kids can sign up to be a part of or demonstrations they might have a chance to volunteer in.
  • Test your body knowledge and see what’s happening on the inside of you and your kids.
  • Pose for a picture.
  • Walk across a steel beam 20 feet high in the air.

Liberty Science Center beam

  • Climb the Infinity Climber. This is a suspended multi-story play space with some areas as high as 35 feet above the floor. Kids and their parents can climb on 64 petal-like platforms anchored to large curved steel pipes. It may weigh 21,000 pounds and be the world’s first suspended climbing play space but it feels completely secure and is totally fun.

Liberty Science Center infinity climber

  • Build a microbe and battle body invaders.
  • Use your muscles to generate hydropower.
  • Examine cells under a microscope.
  • Every hat tells a story, listen to stories from different construction workers.
  • Magnetize the nano magnets.
  • Activate earthquake forces against your structure in just one of the Skyscraper’s exhibits many interactive areas.

 

With the kids out of school soon for holiday break, you don’t want to miss out on entering this giveaway!

 

Liberty Science Center Hours during winter break

  • December 24, 2017 ~ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • December 25, 2017 ~ Closed
  • December 26, 2017 ~ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • December 27 – 30, 2017 ~ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

 

Liberty Science Center Ticket Prices

Admission to the Liberty Science Center starts at $18.75 per child ticket and $22.75 per adult ticket. Additional charges apply for theater shows and special exhibits.

 

Learn more about the Liberty Science Center

Click over to read our Liberty Science Center articles or visit their site at http://lsc.org/. Remember you can learn more about the new Liberty Science Museum planetarium in this article.

The NEW Liberty Science Center Planetarium _ The Region's Largest & Most Advanced Planetarium (1)

 

 

Liberty Science Center address

The Liberty Science Center is located at 222 Jersey City Blvd, Jersey City.

 

1 family will win a family 4 pack of tickets in our Liberty Science Center Ticket Giveaway.

 

Win Our Liberty Science Center Ticket Giveaway!

 

Jersey Family Fun’s Liberty Science Center Ticket Giveaway Details

Jersey Family Fun Giveaways and Contests are subject to the following rules and conditions:

  • Unless otherwise stated, entrants can earn a free entry by checking the first free entry box.
  • You may earn an additional entry by leaving one comment on the Jersey Family Fun giveaway/contest blog post, that answers the question being asked during the timeframe of the contest. Comments that do not answer the question, while appreciated, will not be valid or count as meeting the requirement. Comments left after the giveaway/contest has closed will not be valid toward the contest.
  • Contact information is a requirement for entry: name and a valid email address is required. Other non-personal information may be required/requested for entry. This information will not be shared with the giveaway sponsor unless it is stated in the contest/giveaway blog post itself.
  • Our giveaways/contests are by no means sponsored by Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube or any other social media platform. You may use them to earn additional entries, but you are not required to use them to enter. None of these social media channels are responsible if you don’t win.
  • No purchase is ever necessary to win a Jersey Family Fun prize in an online contest.
  • Chances of winning are dependent entirely on the number of eligible entries received.
  • The Liberty Science Center is in Jersey City, New Jersey.
  • We will pick 1 winner. The winner will receive 4 tickets to visit the Liberty Science Center.  The tickets are ONLY good for one visit.
  • The winners are responsible for his/her own travel costs and parking fees during their visit.
  • This giveaway will end Saturday, December 23, 2017 at midnight. The winner will be announced shortly after that. Make sure you have left us your email address. You will have 24 hours to claim your tickets by emailing us back your name to Melanie. All prizes not claimed will either remain with the company sponsor or Jersey Family Fun to be used at a later date. We will make every effort to get the tickets to you by Christmas, but we can not make any guarantees.
  • Once all entries have been validated, we will use Rafflecopter to select a winner. View our how to use Rafflecopter video here.
  • Winners agree to provide contact and shipping information to Jersey Family Fun and/or the giveaway sponsor, including full name, address, phone number, and email address.
  • Unless otherwise stated, giveaways and contests are only available to residents in the United States. Unless stated otherwise ticket and giftcard prizes are only valid in New Jersey and for specific dates/performances. Void where prohibited by law.

 

After you’ve entered here be sure to check out our other current giveaways.

 

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Jennifer Auer is the hyperlocal mom blogger who runs Jersey Family Fun. From New Jersey, this mom of 3 boys just can’t sit still! Her husband likes to say she’s a work-at-home mom who never stays home. Jennifer started traveling as a child and hasn’t stopped since. Instead of letting her husband and boys slow her down, she brings them along! Did you know that boys behave better when they are out exploring? As her boys transition from tweens to teens there’s still so many places she wants to discover with them both across the U.S. and internationally.She has been a Jersey Girl for 20+ years, and a Jersey Mom for 8+ years and a New Jersey mom blogger for 10 years, although she'd much rather be referred to as an influencer or just by name.She has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a focus on Entrepreneurship from Bryant University in Rhode Island.

54 thoughts on “Win Our Liberty Science Center Ticket Giveaway!

  1. Kimberly Bauer says:

    My daughter would love to see the Laser Wonderland.

  2. Carol Luciano says:

    The lighting system in the new Planetarium offers 281 Trillion infdividual colors. Just amazing.

  3. Carol Luciano says:

    My grandsons would love to see To The World Beyond. One connection is both museums are listed in the 10 Best in the country. Thank you for the giveaway chance.

  4. Kim Lee says:

    My kids would love this place!

  5. Larry B says:

    Both museums have an infinity climber.

  6. Larry B says:

    It’s a fact that the planetarium is the largest in the western hemisphere.

  7. Larry B says:

    My kids would love In To the Worlds Beyond

  8. Chantae says:

    Here are a few connections between LSC and FI: they both have an Infinity Climber; Planetarium; have an opportunity for visitors to learn about the Mysteries of China and the 1st Emperor.

  9. Chantae says:

    Here’s a fact: the planetarium is the most technologically advanced in our region.

  10. Chantae says:

    One show my family would like to see is Wonders of the Universe.

  11. Kris I. says:

    I would love to watch Wonders of the Universe show with my children!

  12. adina says:

    wed like to see wonders of the universe

  13. Jennifer Czekanski says:

    One fact about the new planetarium: it’s the largest in the country.

  14. Jennifer Czekanski says:

    I think the link with the Franklin Institue has something to do with the Mysteries of China

  15. Jennifer Czekanski says:

    All the shows sound amazing but I’d like to see In To Worlds Beyond the most.

  16. Jen says:

    So awesome! We’d especially love to see the To Worlds Beyond planetarium show.

  17. Ilona Thurman says:

    We’d love to see the laser show

  18. Dan DeAntonellis says:

    Both are selected as the national educational partner for GSK Science in the Summer, a free Summer program designed to engage children in science, technology, engineering, and math at an early age. My daughter loves math just like her older brother.

    • Jennifer A. says:

      That’s interesting. I had no idea, but that’s a cool fact. Not the one I was looking for but you still get credit. – Jenn

  19. Dan DeAntonellis says:

    My daughter would love to climb the Infinity Climber which some areas are as high as 35 feet above the floor.

  20. Marc Fass says:

    Pretty neat that they took the largest dome theater in the US and upgraded it to become the largest planetarium in the US too.

  21. Marc Fass says:

    It is always hard to choose what shows to see in the dome theater when they are all awesome plus it’s difficult to find the time when you could spend days in the rest of the museum and still not see it all.

    I guess a planetarium show would be my choice because it is new.

  22. Marc Fass says:

    I think the connection between the museums that you are looking for is the Terra Cotta Warriors exhibit from China.

  23. Jessica Major says:

    Planetarium is the largest in the westerm hemisphere

  24. Jessica Major says:

    We would love to see To Wolds Beyond, journey thru the solar system

  25. Jessica Major says:

    My son whos 7 loves everything about science. Great giveaway

  26. Stacy Germadnig says:

    Both my girls love science and I would love to bring them to Liberty Science Center as reward for both getting honor roll, but we can’t afford it right now.
    I would love to be able to win three and surprise them on Christmas.

  27. Judith says:

    One of our favorite places!

  28. Miriam says:

    My kids love science! Can’t wait to check out Liberty Science Center!

  29. Fani says:

    We’d love to see In To Worlds Beyond.

  30. Danielle D says:

    The Liberty science Center planetarium is the largest and most advanced planeterium in the country!!!Wow!!!

  31. Danielle D says:

    One unique connection between Liberty Science Center and Franklin institution is they both have cool planetariums!

  32. Danielle D says:

    I would love to see Mysteries of China in the big Dome! Love to learn about Ancient and Modern China!

  33. Christinamarra@aol.com says:

    We’re dying to see the new planetarium. We want to see Saturn up close too and all the constellations. The Franklin Institute also has IMAX theaters and a huge section devoted to outer space, but this is the biggest planetarium around. We also want to do the infinity climber. Franklin Institute has a climbing section of the brain that we enjoyed but Liberty Science Center has the climbing section suspended in mid-air which looks awesome. My son also loves the challenge of walking across this deal beams. Would love a chance to win

  34. Kimberly Bauer says:

    My kids love to learn and interact with displays.

  35. Kaitlin Ann says:

    My 2 year old has never been and would love the Dora exhibit. My 12 year old has been on a class trip and always asks to go back

  36. Kris I. says:

    We have never been here and my kids would love going here and play while they learn!

  37. Allison Biringer says:

    We are moving out of state soon and would love to take my son before we leave NJ!

  38. Kristine Gerlach says:

    I’ve never been…. Sounds like a great day trip for the kids!

  39. Bill T says:

    have not been there in years, looking forward to going back with the entire family!!!

  40. Rochel S says:

    My kids had a great time the last time we went! They would love to go again! They loved the Infinity Climber!

  41. Geri Albano says:

    Really would love to visit the Science Center

  42. Traci Murn says:

    We love liberty science center!

  43. Kgarrison says:

    My daughter loves science. …she’d love this! !

  44. Alisa says:

    My daighter really want to go to see the titanic display

  45. Sharon says:

    My kids would love to see the Dora exhibit

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