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Thank you for supporting the Science Museum of Minnesota. Your support is vital to the Science Museum's development of cutting-edge research and educational activities.
Here you will find links to educational programs, outreach initiatives, research areas, and more...a wealth of scientific knowledge developed at right here at the Science Museum of Minnesota. Take some time to explore the many programs that your membership supports...and come back often!
Learn about the museum's collections in the Object of the Month description and visit a wealth of interactive websites that will teach you about topics from the Maya to monarch butterflies! Learn More
The Science Museum's Lifelong Learning Department offers programs for all ages. Youth Classes & Camps are for youth ages 3-16. Schools and educators can find information on visiting the museum, bringing museum presenters to their schools, and programs to further teachers' professional development. Our adult Computer Education Center program has training on a wide variety of computer topics, available as pre-scheduled classes as well as custom group or onsite visits.
The Lee & Rose Warner Nature Center is a natural educational facility providing a wide range of programs by appointment for schools, groups, and the public. View their range of programs, sign up to volunteer as a trail guide or a bird bander, and learn about various animals up for "adoption" at the center.
Visit our Science Learning pages to learn about past and current research projects, view catalogues of artifacts, and try your hand at identifying this month's mystery object.
St. Croix Watershed Research Station
You can also learn about protecting your own treasures on their Agents of Deterioration webpage.