Show times and locations vary from day to day, so check at the box office when you arrive for a complete schedule. If you are planning a Field Trip you can inquire when calling to book your trip.
Cryogenics - The Big Chill
Join us in this demonstration of its chilling feats and freezing cold temperatures.
Cleaning Our Water with Nanotechnology - written by Karine Thate
Learn how and why we purify our water and investigate three new technologies for water purification.
Duck, Duck, Gray Moose!
Learn about Moose in this puppet show for preschool students and find out what scientists are doing about the dwindling moose population in Minnesota.
Fermentation Demonstration - by Michael Ritchie & Richard Rousseau
Investigate the chemistry and history of beer.
Join us for a live combustion demonstration where we explore the roles of heat, oxygen and fuel in different types of fires.
The Fuss About Fracking - written by the Museum of Science, Boston
There are a lot of headlines, protests and arguments about natural gas drilling, especially drilling that involves the fracking of shale rock. So why are people so angry? Join us to examine the facts about fracking.
I'm No Einstein!
At every show you'll have the opportunity to meet a different scientist from the past... but no Einstein!
Me, Myself and Microbes - written by the Museum of Science, Boston
Did you know you are not alone? 100 trillion bacteria live in your body. Join us to find out how scientists are studying the human microbiome in search of cures for diseases.
Planet Earth Decision Theatre - written by Stephanie Long
Did you know humans are now the dominant force of change on the planet? Cast your vote about the future health of our planet in this interactive presentation.
Sound All Around
Preschoolers, join us for this noisy demonstration and explore the sound all around you.
The Way the Ball Bounces - written by Holly W. Kerby of Fusion Science Theatre
Participate in the scientific process! In this comedic performance, we will ask a question, hypothesize, experiment, model and demonstrate our results.
The human brain is an organ of endless wonder, and so much of this wonder happens when children are young. Explore how young brain development impacts us all. This program complements the Wonder Years exhibition and is a great show for adults.