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The Science Museum of Minnesota knows educators!

"Having exhibits that support or reinforce a standard is just what is
needed to cement learning for students"
- St. Paul science teacher

Finding Science Museum resources aligned with Minnesota Academic Standards is easy. Check out our new searchable online database. Email us at with questions or suggestions.

Exergy is about taking advantage of the energy that might otherwise escape, unused, from our homes and workplaces. Learn More
Goldie needs help looking for all the different kinds of bears in the world - all 8 major species. Learn More
The Human Body Gallery provides interactive displays and exhibits exploring a variety of topics on what makes us human and what keeps us alive, including physiology, genetics, and cell biology. Learn More
Explore the systems of our body in the Human Body Gallery on Level 4 by inviting students to think like scientists as they make observations, collect information, and make interpretations. Learn More
See and feel the experience of blood pumping through veins with a 100-foot-long, two-inch diameter clear plastic tube pumping blood-like fluid around the gallery's cardiovascular exhibits. Learn More
View a real human skeleton and actual thinly sliced sections of a real human body that show what a body's insides look like. Learn More
Given to the Science Museum in 1925, the Egyptian mummy ranks as a favorite among visitors. Learn More
Cells make tissues and tissues make us. Learn More
Visitors use models of several microbes (bacteria and viruses) to try to successfully invade a cell in the nose or throat and cause infection. Learn More
Meet the band! Your body has four tissue types that play together to create you. Learn More