We want to meet you! Join us for engaging Science Conversations with Museum educators and scientists on a variety of topics. We’ll get the conversation going with science demos and quick bites of information, then pose trivia and critical thinking questions for you to answer.
What would you rather have, a microscope or a telescope? If you invented a time machine, would you go forward or backward? Would you rather invent the spaceship or fly it? And most importantly, why? Or bring questions of your own. We’re happy to explore any science subject you love. This program is designed to help young guests tap their dreams, flex their critical and creative thinking skills, and develop their own voice.
Science Conversations are offered in an open-house format. Drop in to chat for as long or as short a time as you wish during the program period.
This walk-up program is offered:
- First Thursday of the month — 10:30am–noon
- First Thursday of the month — 1:30-3pm
- Third Thursday of the month — 10:30am–noon
- Third Thursday of the month — 1:30-3pm
Location: Windows on the World on the 3rd floor of the Nature Exploration Center.
Designed for ages 5 and up. No registration required.