Visit Discovery Park of America
Discovery Park offers general admission tickets that provide access to the museum and heritage park for one day and VIP ticket packages that include many additional benefits plus a FREE second day. For a limited time, you can save 10% off tickets in both categories by purchasing them in advance of your visit here. Special prices are available for groups of 15 or more and students in groups.
A visit to Discovery Park can be planned to accommodate any amount of time, but most guests who visit for the first time often remark they wish they had more time to spend. With 100,000 square feet of indoor museum space and 50 acres of outdoor heritage park to explore, there is a lot to see and do.
Discovery Park offers discounts for groups of 15 or more and we offer special rates for students visiting as part of a school trip. If you’re planning for a group visit, our reservations department can assist you with suggesting hotel accommodations, answering questions and providing helpful information on how your group can get the most out of their experience here.
At Discovery Park of America, we’re proud that our mission includes providing support for teachers and administrators in taking STEAM teaching out of the classroom and lab and applying it in a hands-on, state-of-the-art experience. By contributing to an interdisciplinary and applied approach, integrated into cohesive learning programs, we are helping teachers ignite and inspire the next generation of critical thinkers, problem solvers and innovators.
Remember, when you purchase VIP admission to Discovery Park of America, the second day is FREE, so why not stay in one of the hotels right next door and take advantage of that extra day? The hotels offer everything you need to make your visit even more special including FREE breakfasts, indoor heated pools, exercise rooms and free Wi-fi.
With so much to see and do here at Discovery Park, you may want to get a little taste in advance of your visit. You’ll have a lot to experience with ten exhibit galleries focused on topics like Native American history, the military, natural history, regional history, science, space, technology, art, transportation and more and a 50-acre outdoor heritage park that includes a man-made river flowing through the extensively-landscaped property, along with waterfalls, bridges and other features.