The basics of DIY: learn how to tie some fundamental knots and learn what makes a functioning circuit in August's open make activities! The Hive is for Makers 8+.
Join us in KidsTown Studio for August's Discovering Dinosaurs StoryTime! Let's travel back in time as we read stories featuring our favorite prehistoric pals. Then we'll work on our fine motor skills with a hands-on, interactive dino activity! Recommended for ages 3+. This program is included with admission, but is limited capacity. Please pick up a ticket at the entrance to KidsTown Studio 15 minutes before the program start time to reserve your spot.
Discover the amazing adaptations of snakes! Meet one of our animal ambassadors to learn about what makes a snake different from other animals and how invasive snakes are affecting our Florida habitats. Recommended for ages 3+. This program is limited capacity. Please see a KidsTown staff member at the entrance to the KidsTown Studio 15 minutes before start time.
Using archaeological discoveries and genetics data, researchers and explorers piece together clues from mummies to better understand the culture, religion, medicine and daily life of antiquity. Relics and bodies provide a window into the world of the pharaohs and -- by reconstructing the DNA -- scientists hope to better understand present-day genetics and to advance medical treatments.
Join us in the KidsTown Studio for August’s paleontology inspired Tinker Time where we will explore what a habitat is and create one for our dinosaur friends! Recommended for ages 3+. This program is included with admission, but is limited capacity. Please pick up a ticket at the entrance to KidsTown Studio 15 minutes before the program start time to reserve your spot.
Into America’s Wild visits some of the most beautiful but untamed landscapes of America, from the lush coastline of Oregon and the wilds of Alaska to the ancient canyons of the Southwest and the rolling hills of the Appalachian Trail. Setting out on this journey are three trailblazers – astronaut John Herrington, Alaskan pilot and youth advocate Ariel Tweto, and long-distance hiker Jennifer Pharr Davis – who share a passion for connecting people to experiences in the wild. As they wind their way through the scenic byways, ancient homelands, secret gems and hidden trails that form the natural tapestry of America, viewers will discover the special human connection we all share with nature.
Dino Dana: The Movie finds 10-year-old Dana, who sees dinosaurs in the real world, completing an experiment that asks where all the kid dinosaurs are. To find the answer, Dana, her older sister Saara, and their new neighbors Mateo and Jadiel go on a dinosaur journey bigger than anything Dana has ever faced before.