Astronomy After Hours
How awesome is astronomy? Participate in the Museum's free Friday night astronomy activities, including stargazing and more, and find out!
September Salem Days
During September, Salem, MA residents and their families are invited to the Museum for FREE science adventure!
Anne Neely: Artist Talk & Gallery Walk
Journey into the artist's painting process and the making of Water Stories, and hear an expert's insights on today's water issues.
Telescope Training Night
Learn how to use your telescope with tips from the Museum's expert astronomers!
Assistive Technology Clothing Design
Join us for a sneak peek at prototype designs for assistive clothing and check out creations that are both fashionable and functional!
Soylent Green With P.K. Newby
Explore humanity's relationship to food with this popular dystopian film and a discussion with food expert P.K. Newby on the real future of food.
Book Club for the Curious
The Book Club for the Curious is designed especially for those who are interested in science and technology and how it impacts our society.
Cosmic Loops: Music Beneath the Stars
Experience the moment of creation during a live performance — the music complemented by stunning visions on the Planetarium dome overhead.
Experience the excitement of archaeology with dozens of hands-on activities, live presentations, and special programs!
International Archaeology Day
Join us as we explore archaeology and the past in relation to the traveling exhibit Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed.
50th Anniversary Bradford Washburn Award
Save the date for the 50th anniversary Bradford Washburn Award on Thursday, October 23 at the Museum of Science!
The Sweet Side of Chemistry – Candy
Learn the chemistry of sweet, sour, stretchy, and sticky, explore the science behind foams and gels, and learn how artificial sweeteners work.
National Chemistry Week Celebration
Watch professor Bassam Shakhashiri's demonstrations and participate in hands-on activities celebrating The Sweet Side of Chemistry — Candy!
Sleep, Memory, and Dreams: How Your Brain Keeps Working All Night
Investigate the tireless work that goes into making us feel refreshed during this Lee and Nile Albright Annual Symposium.
How Do We Think? How Do We Learn?
Give students the opportunity to learn and ask questions about some novel research studies being done in our Living Laboratory ®
Earth, Asteroids, and Beyond: A Citizen Forum for NASA's Asteroid Initiative
Participate in a day of deliberation to offer input to the decision-makers who are shaping the future of America's space program.