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With new exhibits and shows opening all the time, the Museum is never the same place twice. Learn more about what's coming up in the next few months!
During September, Salem, MA residents are invited to the Museum of Science for FREE science adventure.
Enjoy a definitive musical experience, fusing the sounds of a pop music icon with stunning and inventive visuals under the Planetarium dome.
We welcome college students to the Museum with free admission to the Exhibit Halls and discounted tickets on shows and other attractions!
Discover how many of the practices Leonardo da Vinci used 500 years ago contribute to modern marvels of engineering.
Share your vision for the hospital of the future by building a virtual one at this first-of-its-kind Minecraft hacking event.
Join us for a sneak peek at prototype designs for assistive clothing and check out creations that are both fashionable and functional!
Go behind the scenes for a special edition of this musical experience under the Planetarium dome during ArtWeek Boston.
MIT's Richard Binzel, PhD, New Horizons science team member, explores some of the latest discoveries made by this remarkable mission.
Meet Mars One initiative candidates and hear firsthand about the process and what it means to leave Earth behind forever!
Indulge in a rare performance in which cutting-edge electronics and rare acoustic instruments pair with Planetarium visions overhead.
Thanks again to generous support from MathWorks, all shows in the Mugar Omni Theater each Friday in October (7, 14, 21, 28) are free!
Enjoy family-friendly activities themed on the Museum's upcoming exhibit Da Vinci – The Genius and other features just for members.
Peer with us inside the fascinating and enlightening science of political ideology, voter behavior, prejudice, and stereotyping.
Experience the excitement of archaeology with dozens of hands-on activities, live presentations, and special programs.
Take a thrilling journey through wildfires, tornadoes, and other extreme-weather conditions.
High school students can explore the chemistry and biology of fibers and forensics during this annual event at the Museum of Science!
Explore space with former NASA astronaut Jeffrey Hoffman during an exclusive Priceless Experience in the Charles Hayden Planetarium.
Learn about the Museum's newest permanent exhibit, the Yawkey Gallery on the Charles River, in a workshop for teachers.
Members are invited to see the most comprehensive exhibition on Leonardo da Vinci before it is revealed to the public!
Students will discover how many of the same methods that Leonardo da Vinci used 500 years ago contribute to modern marvels of engineering.
Inspire your own curiosity and creativity as you explore Leonardo da Vinci's innovations in art, science, and engineering.
Gain insight into not only the mind of a genius, but also into the fundamental scientific and artistic principles he discovered.
Immerse yourself in one of the Museum's most iconic attractions with an intimate Priceless Experience in the Theater of Electricity.
Enjoy a one-of-a-kind gaming experience as you rock out under the stars playing Rock Band 4 on the Planetarium dome!
All the features you love about the Museum will be here, but with a Halloween-themed twist!
Bring your sleeping bag for a Museum experience you thought only existed in the movies...with a Member Overnight!
Attend a live taping of the podcast and new public radio program that explores scientific research through the lens of comedy.
Plug in to your favorite musical legends as they ignite the Charles Hayden Planetarium in a series of one-of-a-kind tributes.
Students will learn the science behind climate change and discuss with peers how they can take action around this challenge.
Come to the Planetarium for an evening of live storytelling, radio, and music under the stars, hosted by NOVA's Ari Daniel.
Students hear from local scientists about how they use mathematics and computational thinking in their everyday lives.
Students discover how unmanned space flight is pushing the frontiers of human exploration to the very edges of the universe.
Students learn about the fundamental scientific and artistic principles discovered by Leonardo and how they inspire modern engineering.
Students can learn and have conversations about the latest neuroscience research from leading scientists and healthcare professionals.
Students meet experts in sustainable food growth, especially in urban areas, and learn the science of how people taste and smell food.
Imagine, and explore a world that's too small to see. Nano Days is a nationwide celebration of nanoscale science, and you're invited!
Learn how The Flagship Clubhouse gives youth access to the latest technology so they can explore, develop skills, and build confidence.
The Book Club for the Curious is designed especially for those who are interested in science and technology and how it impacts our society.
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