With four floors of air-conditioned exhibits, live shows, and more, spend your summer doing science!
Limited capacity, timed-entry ticketing, face coverings, social distancing, and frequent sanitizing of exhibits help us provide an engaging environment for everyone while maintaining a focus on health and safety.
For more information on our health and safety guidelines, please review our full health and safety plan here.
Brand New Exhibits
Scaling down a sheer cliff face, communicating under thunderous chopper blades, squinting through the glare of flashing warning lights...
When disaster strikes, will YOU have what it takes to be a hero?
Fusion: A STEAM Gallery
Climate scientists and environmental experts show that when we focus on restoring our Earth, we can solve multiple issues at once. Artists are the ultimate translators of the human condition and can hold deep empathy for the natural systems around us that support our survival.
This multi-media art exhibit highlights a diversity of voices concerned for the future of our planet.
Mark Your Calendars
Don't miss these exciting upcoming events:
- Learn the skills you need to feel empowered to create! Whether you’re a professional maker or exploring a new hobby, everyone has something exciting to learn during Make Fest sponsored by Burns & McDonnell on June 19 & 20!
- Blast off with Mars Fest on July 17 & 18 as we celebrate the past, present, and future of Mars exploration with astronomy and engineering-themed activities around the Science Center.
- If you really dig dinosaurs, join us August 28 & 29 for a Paleontology Party! We’ll learn that the Old West wasn’t all about mining for gold and how some scientists spent their lives searching for undiscovered dinosaur fossils in the American frontier!