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The Science Museum of Minnesota provides a wide range of programs for youth ages 3 to 16. Programs combine science, art, drama, and literature in ways that encourage kids to actively discover and examine concepts for themselves. Our staff strives to inspire a life-long passion for learning and teaches kids creative problem solving skills, teamwork skills, persistence and follow through. We also offer family classes that provide opportunities for adults and young people to learn together.
Our learning environment features:
2014-2015 School Break Mini-Camps
Check back for registration information on our School Break Mini-Camps for the 2014-2015 school year. Programming will occur on the following dates:
Additional program topics TBD.
Workshop and Camp Information
Class registrations are accepted online, by mail, by fax, and at the secure drop box in the museum's lobby.
Call us at (651) 221-4511 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
There are also programs at the Lee & Rose Warner Nature Center, the state's oldest outdoor environmental education facility. Call (651) 433-2427.