Pensacola MESS Hall | Math, Engineering, Science & Stuff

All Hands-On Science

Eco-Friendly Pollinator Garden!

Eco-Friendly Pollinator Garden!

Butterflies, bees, and birds, oh my! Help the Pensacola MESS Hall build a pollinator garden for visitors to explore. Your donation will help build a link to the local community...

Science Through the Ages

This summer, travel through time and experience innovations and breakthroughs we’ve made in the many fields of science with hands-on exhibits, new mess kits,...

MESS Hall May - AstronoMay

MESS Hall May – AstronoMay

3… 2… 1… Blast off into summer with a month of space exploration and astronomy. Check out our after-hours Saturday Night Science, Curiosity Day...

Summer Camp

 Ignite scientific curiosity with themed camps this summer! Weeklong, half-day camps explore a variety of topics. Find our schedule and theme descriptions below....

April at the MESS Hall

April at the MESS Hall

Join us for open exploration during our regular hours Tuesday – Saturday 10AM – 5PM, closed Sunday & Monday. Summer Hours begin May 29...

Math, Engineering, Science & Stuff

The Pensacola MESS Hall is not a typical science museum. Rather than exhibits with planned outcomes, visitors get to work like real scientists, developing questions and creating experiments, engaging in complex reasoning and learning science just through tinkering. It’s all hands-on science. Learn more.

MESS Hall location
We are located at 116 N. Tarragona St. in downtown Pensacola, right behind Caldwell Associated Architects. (Need directions?)

Planning your visit

The Pensacola MESS Hall’s school year hours of operation are 1pm to 5pm Tuesday through Friday and 10am to 5pm Saturday. Admission is $8 per person, or free with a family membership.

Did You Know?
Featured Exhibit Marble Run

Marble Run

Design your own marble racetrack and race your friends! The same track pieces and tubes can have very different results depending on angles and other factors. It's a great hands-on demonstration of physics concepts like acceleration and velocity, and it's just one of many permanent exhibits at the Pensacola MESS Hall.

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