Science House is no longer open on Saturdays.
Saturday has been our least popular day. This change will help us keep membership costs down, will help us provide better customer service, and improve the collection. If you have any questions, please stop by and talk to us.
Our new hours are:
Monday - Friday 3:30-6 p.m.
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Science House Lecture/Workshop Series
Exploring Skulls Event
Thursday February 28, 4-6 p.m.
Please join us for an afternoon of Exploring Skulls in Science House. The presentation will help teachers lay a foundation for using skulls effectively in their classrooms. We'll give you tips on properly handling of the skulls, provide some basic information about them, and share some of our resources for using them in engaging ways with K-12 students.
Free! Please RSVP to this event at email@example.com
or by calling (651) 221-4563.
A new search widget is on Science House's front page, allowing for less clicks to get to our catalog. Wondering what we have? Here's the link: www.smm.org/sciencehouse
Just type in your search term and start browsing. Remember, you can always call Science House for help finding materials.
Science House has been adding new materials to our collection! Click the links to see them in our catalog.
Don't Bug Me Slides
Human Muscle slide set
Miniature Horse skull
Sulawesi Warty Pig skull
Search our catalog online
As always, if you'd like to reserve or renew an item, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Material Updates at Science House
We've been going through our materials and fixing well-loved materials. The Water Wave Trough
got taken apart and re-caulked, the Leica Microscopes
have sturdier cases, and the Sunspotters
are more securely fastened to their bases. Thanks to the amazing Exhibit Production shop for all their hard work and great solutions to keep the Science House collection in tip-top shape! They are our heroes.
Gunther von Hagens' BODY WORLDS & The Cycle of Life
In this all new presentation, your students will see the elegance and complexity at work under their skin. Through more than 200 real human specimens that have been preserved through Dr. von Hagens' remarkable process of plastination, they'll witness the human body in all its phases and stages of health. They'll see individual organs and systems in both disease and good health, as well as full-body plastinates in action poses with their systems engaged, including a skateboarder, a baseball player, a ballet dancer, gymnast, and more. Book your field trip today!
The Real Dino Experience
The museum is now offering a seamless and rich field trip experience for K-3 students, with thematic programs designed to reinforce concepts from your curriculum and state science standards. Booking it is simple, easy, and a stress-free way to plan an integrated field trip to the Science Museum. Just pick a date and let us figure out the details of your 3-hour itinerary, including all three dinosaur experiences and lunch. Learn More