Winter, spring, summer and fall -- each season offers special events, activities and experiences at the EcoTarium. From fun-filled school vacation weeks and weekend events to summer camp science explorations and traveling exhibits, there is always something new happening on our grounds and in our museum building.
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Events for January 11, 2020
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The EcoTarium is in development of a new temporary exhibit drawing from our natural history collections. Today's researchers use natural history collections in a variety of ways including genome studies, biology-inspired design, advancements in human health and studying the effects of climate change. Each object in our Community Curators exhibit will tell a story about climate change.…Find out more »
Come have some science-fueled fun and learn cool facts about the world around you at this hands-on public program (held in Secrets of the Forest on the middle level). Free with admission. Learn more about the EcoTarium's Programs & Education Click HereFind out more »
Join two curious kids who turn a cardboard carton into a rocket and blast off to explore the solar system – with the help of a talking astronomy book. Cruise the inner planets, the asteroid belt, the rings of Saturn, the outer planets and find out why we live on the most interesting planet of…Find out more »
Narrated by actor Tom Hanks and created by the American Museum of Natural History in collaboration with NASA, this program whisks the viewer on a fascinating ride from Earth to the outskirts of the universe. The full-dome experience simulates a trip through the cosmos, incorporating actual images of space from NASA and the Hubble Space…Find out more »