• Over 209,000 visitors a year (including 33,000 free admission passes to underserved children and their families) experience hands-on learning in our core exhibits: RiverPlay, The Little Yellow House, Arts Alley, Excavation Station, Inventors’ Clubhouse, Rooftop Fun Factory, The Lookout Tower.
  • A wide array of education programs within the Museum complement and enhance the core and temporary exhibits.
  • Science Theater – Science comes to life with spectacular demonstrations of physical and chemical phenomena. Children apply what is learned in a science show in hands-on workshops following the demonstration.
  • PlayGym – Offered for ages 4 months through 3 years, this caregiver and baby program offers multi-sensory stimulation for developing motor, cognitive and social skills.
  • Homeschool workshops – 1.5 hour lessons offered in two five-week series in the arts and sciences.
  • Spring and Summer Camps – Week long experiences center on a variety of themes in arts and sciences providing fun and learning at all age levels.
  • Club Discovery and Friends Discovery Camp – After school programs and summer camps designed to meet the needs of children with disabilities such as autism and Down Syndrome.
  • MAP Teen volunteer program – The Museum Apprentice Program provides 100 teens the opportunity to volunteer within the museum while developing leadership and life skills.
  • Preschool Adventure Days – One Saturday a month, special themes are explored through a variety of activities focused on the developmental needs of children 18 months to 4 years old.
  • ArtsLive programs – Offered to all Museum visitors, ArtsLive provides monthly performances and demonstrations by professional artists such as ballet performances, painting, etc.
  • School Tours – Specially designed tours for classes provide enhanced learning experiences.
  • Teacher workshops – Three-hour workshops based on temporary exhibits, as well as workshops offered in collaboration with other organizations including local universities and the school district.

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