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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!
Celebrate the opening night of the Fierce Urgency of Now community festival with the return of STL GLD to the Planetarium!
We welcome college students to the Museum with free admission to the Exhibit Halls and discounted tickets on shows and other attractions!
Could changing the Earth’s reflectivity reduce some effects of human-caused climate change? Apply to participate in this deliberation.
Learn about some of the creative projects from the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) Program fellows.
Enjoy family-friendly activities throughout the Museum, plus a special members-only showing of an IMAX® film in the Mugar Omni Theater.
Enjoy creative pairings of classic, cult, and documentary films with lively introductions by notable figures from the world of science.
Pulitzer Prize winner Deborah Blum tells the true David and Goliath tale of how food was made safe in the United States.
Learn all about "microplastics," where they go, what they do, and what we can do to stem the rising tide of these tiny, pervasive pieces.
Go on a sensory journey full of innovation, artistry, and imagination set to the pulsating soundtrack of one of music's greatest performers!
Discover the latest advances and innovations in robotic and human exploration of the solar system.
Find out about David Meiri’s game-changing research and the promise that medical marijuana may hold in the battle against cancer.
Join us as Tufts University professor Anna Sajina describes how we observe distant galaxies and reveals new insights into their evolution.
New England's oldest and biggest comedy theater brings its signature off-the-cuff laughs to the far reaches of the galaxy!
Experience a fusion of Björk's iconic music with stunning and inventive visuals under the Charles Hayden Planetarium dome.
The Big Quiz Thing returns, bringing its multimedia quiz-show spectacular to the Planetarium!
Come see Boston's best Drag Queens take over the Planetarium for an incredible fusion of drag and fulldome visuals!
Travel back in time to 1958, when the Charles Hayden Planetarium first opened, for a traditional Planetarium show with a twist!
Join us for a live taping of the popular podcast about how we define ourselves, and the journey it takes to get there.
Join our Planetarium educators as they explore the universe through the discoveries and contributions of women in astronomy and NASA.
Join us as we present the 2018 Bradford Washburn Award to this year's distinguished honoree, Margot Lee Shetterly.
Kick off your Halloween as the Toys take over the Planetarium for an unforgettable evening of masquerade, music, and mayhem under the dome!
In the Planetarium, no one can hear you scream. Enjoy the 1979 sci-fi classic Alien under the stars.
Experience a fusion of Radiohead's iconic music with stunning and inventive visuals under the Charles Hayden Planetarium dome.
Celebrate the work of engineers, occupational therapists, and designers who participated in a special summer program with Open Style Lab.
Gather your friends and family for a night of after-hours access and sensational hands-on science in this members-only event.
Experience the world of a doctor who uses his (super)synesthetic brain to treat patients, and learn about your own (super)human brain.
For one-night only, How to Dress Well comes to the Museum of Science for an incredible, visionary live performance in the Planetarium!
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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