At first, we are the museum of science and technology in the late 1960s, the Nehru Science Center was transformed in 1977 into India interactive science center to follow the global trends of these state institutions. The center opened its first semi-permanent exhibition in 1977, entitled “Light and vision”, and then the world’s first science park in 1979 during the International Year of the Child. The entire Science Center of the time was opened to the public on 11 November 1985 by the then Prime Minister of India, Shri Rajiv Gandhi.

The Nehru Science Center, the largest scientific center in the country, has a vast park of 8 hectares, with various plants, trees, and shrubs. More than 50 practical and interactive scientific exhibitions on energy, sound, kinetics, mechanics, transport, etc.