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Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences
Region: Metro Valley
Description: (Formerly the Avampato Discovery Museum)
The Clay Center has two floors of interactive science exhibits, an art gallery with over 9,000 square feet of permanent and traveling exhibitions, and the ElectricSky(tm) Theater with a 61 foot domed screen feat ...