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Parking & Directions

Public Entrance

The public entrance to Da Vinci Science Center at PPL Pavilion is located at 815 W. Hamilton Street in downtown Allentown (click here for GPS directions).

Bus and Camp Drop-Off

Groups arriving by bus and students enrolled in science center camps and programs should enter through the Groups & Reserved Programs Entrance.

Bus & camp drop-off is only accessible from 9th Street. On 9th Street, turn left onto W. Court St (one way).


Parking

There are several public parking garages within 2-3 blocks of the science center, including the following:

Please note: These parking garages require pull-in parking only. Backing into a spot is not permitted. If your vehicle is over height clearance, there is on-street metered parking available through the ParkMobile app.


Bus Routes

Public transportation is easily accessible at the Allentown Transportation Center located at 112 N. 6th St., two blocks northeast of the new science center (less than a 10-minute walk).

Public transportation is provided by LANta to and from sites throughout the Lehigh Valley.

The Allentown Transportation Center can be accessed through the below LANta Bus Routes:


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