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The Museum of Science has been engaging curious minds in Boston for nearly 180 years. Now, we want bring you beyond the Museum for an experience of a lifetime.
Join us on exclusive, one-of-a-kind Museum of Science journeys around the world, led by Museum Educators and thought leaders from various scientific fields. You’ll enjoy special lectures, interactive science talks, hands on scientific activities, and more.
Guided by Charles Hayden Planetarium Director Danielle LeBlanc, Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society Martin Ratcliffe, and Museum educators, our guests witnessed the total solar eclipse on July 2, 2019 under the Chilean skies–the clearest in our hemisphere.
Accommodations included a luxurious campsite, under the stars, directly within the path of totality. Guests enjoyed special lectures with our portable telescopes, interactive science talks, photography workshops, stargazing walks, world-renowned food and wine, and the wondrous wilderness of the Chilean desert, already home to the greatest concentration of astronomical observatories in the world.
We are currently planning our next scientific adventures. If you’d like to be the first to know where we’re going next, sign up below.
Throughout the season, we will be teaming up with the Red Sox for special hands-on experiences inside and outside the Museum.
Join us on June 2 and June 3 for our second annual Red Sox Weekend! (link to event page) Try a Sox-themed Design Challenge where you can build and test prototypes to solve a problem. Put on a virtual reality headset and swing at a ball. Get your picture taken with Wally and Tessie and more!
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According to Museum director and president Ioannis Miaoulis, this partnership with the Boston Red Sox will expand the Museum’s reach and inspire children of all ages and backgrounds to develop essential STEM skills. "This collaboration is a natural extension of our programs and exhibits, expanding our capacity to make science and engineering accessible to all. Together, the Museum of Science and the Red Sox will inspire kids to see themselves as STEM learners and push the boundaries of what’s possible."