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A night at the museum

Imagine spending the night at the museum as a class! Pack your gear and sense of adventure for a science education evening expedition.

Our Human World

 Explore the inner workings of our genetic code, engineer a robotic hand, and learn the best way to stay healthy. Discover how humans fit in the natural world in three national traveling exhibits: Eat Well, Play WellGenome: Unlocking Life’s Code, Human Plus: Real Lives + Real EngineeringAvailable Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016 - Monday, Jan. 2, 2017.

Ice Age

 Experience the animals and mega fauna that lived during our last ice age. Assemble a model and dig through sediment to unearth your own creature. Visit the traveling exhibit Discover the Ice Age to find out how humans adapted to this new environment. Available Saturday, Feb. 4 to Sunday, April 30, 2017

Mystery at Midnight

Visit the “scene of the crime” and discover tricks of the crime scene analysis trade. Use fingerprints, blood, and other evidence to solve mysteries.

Astronomical Adventure

Spend the night exploring space through hands-on activities. Learn how to survive in space, make your own Mars Rover, and create a constellation.

Camp-Ins include:

  • Museum Admission
  • 5 Hands-on Activities
  • Live Science Show
  • Boeing Dome Theater Film
  • Midnight Snack and Breakfast

Student: $30
Chaperone: $15
Min 35 students/max 300 students.

Book your Camp-in today or for details, please call us at 316.660.0620.