For Families, Dec. 14: World & Me
Join us Dec. 16 for a free screening followed by a Q&A discussion exploring art as social commentary and the journey of women in paleontology.
Explore the world of natural history science in fun and interactive ways! High school students who are interested in science and museums should apply now for our winter 2020 sessions, which begin Jan. 14.
Learn about our free, onsite school programs led by museum educators for students in grades K-12. Registration is now open for the 2019-2020 school year.
Created for teens and tweens, Q?rius is a science education center that brings the museum’s science, researchers, and collections out from behind the scenes.
Children in grades K-5 get a chance to practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with items from the museum's collections. Q?rius jr. is now located in Q?rius, The Coralyn W. Whitney Science Education Center.