In the interest of protecting the public health of our staff and visitors, the Museum is temporarily closing starting Monday March 16th.
Thanks to everyone for your continued support. You can help the Museum during this challenging time by donating now.
January is sold out, but there’s still time to join us for the upcoming Spring sessions of Little Engineers!
In February, we’re calling all explorers for our Where in the World series! Little Engineers take on the big, wide world as we become experts in geography and navigation (and maybe a treasure map, or two).
In March it’s time to tinker with Simple Machines like wheels and wedges, and investigate planes and pulleys, as well as experiment with screws and levers as we learn how simple machines make work easier.
In April, our most popular session Storybook Science is back for more adventures in the science and engineering behind your favorite tall tales.
Are you ready to earn your wings? In May, the sky is the limit during Adventures in Aviation as we experiment with objects that float, fly, and sometimes fall.
Little Engineers is a hands-on STEM enrichment program that introduces children to science and engineering through creativity and fun. Our child-centered classes build school ready skills by encouraging observation, communication, and problem solving. Each session lasts four weeks and is designed for children ages 3-5 with an accompanying adult.
Click here for more information about classes and enrollment.