Enjoy a flexibly structured, open-ended opportunity for home school students to explore and immerse themselves in outer space! Activities will be available throughout the Museum.
Cost: $15/students grades 3–9; $10/adults and children age 3–grade 2
Registration: Call Reservations at 303.370.6000, daily, 9 a.m.– 5 p.m. to complete your registration by phone. Download this tool to help you plan your day, please complete before calling.
DROP IN EVENTS
Investigate Space Exploration Activities including (suitable for all ages):
Rocket WorksBlast into physics! As the engineer, you will go full throttle and experiment with the basic principles of flight and motion. Design, create, and launch your own paper rocket. Hey, it's just rocket science.Robotics LabThink outside the box with this unique, inquiry-based lab! Learn about the Mars Exploration Rovers (MER) and other robots that are working in space today. Use small motors and many large and small robot components to build and engineer a robot for specific tasks.Solar Viewing Telescopes (Weather Permitting)10 a.m. to 12 p.m. outside on the Boettcher Nature PlazaUse a telescope to safely view the sun. Science on the Fly3 p.m. in the Science AtriumA rich, interactive show that will give guests a taste of the different types of flight used by flying animals of the past and present.
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