Museum of Science & Industry (M.S.I.) entry tickets are free for children up to age eleven all month long in February (from Saturday, February 1, 2014 to Friday, February 28, 2014). Please note these tickets are only available on-site and cannot be acquired on-line.
This offer is good for families or other groups with up to four children and at least one adult paying for a full-price ticket. No refunds will be offered to people who already purchased tickets for February.
Note that Museum Entry (general admission) tickets do not cover Omnimax Theatre films, tours of the U-505 and Coal Mine, the new exhibit Future Energy Chicago, the traveling exhibit Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives, and special tours. These require timed-entry tickets that cost extra. Parking in the underground garage structure costs extra too.
The Omnimax Theatre in the Henry Crown Space Center has been showing Space Junk, a documentary about the expanding ring of debris from broke-up satellites and space probes narrated by English actor Tom Wilkinson, since March 2, 2013, and will screen it for the last time on February 27, 2014. The Omnimax Theatre has also been showing The Last Reef: Cities Beneath the Sea, a documentary about the deleterious effect of ocean acidification on coral reefs narrated by Scottish actor Jamie Lee (not to be confused with American comedienne-actress Jamie Lee), since June 1, 2013, and will screen it for the last time on June 5, 2014.