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Science History Institute Nominated as Philly Favorites Museum by ‘Philadelphia Inquirer’

Help us win by voting once a day now through January 19, 2024.

January 5, 2024
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The Science History Institute is proud to announce that we have been nominated by the Philadelphia Inquirer for a 2024 Philly Favorites in the Museum subcategory. Nominees are selected by communities in and around the city, and recognize the best local businesses, organizations, and people in 12 main categories including Eat & Drink, Shopping, and Things To Do.

The Institute invites you to vote for us and help us become a Philly Favorite! You can vote once a day now through 5pm on Friday, January 19, 2024. Cast your vote for the Science History Institute at votephillyfaves.com under Things To Do > Museum.

Thank you for your support! We are humbled to know that our visitors appreciate the work we do here at the Institute of telling the stories behind the science.

Winners of the Philly Favorites competition will be announced on April 21, 2024.

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