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Birthday package includes admission to the exhibit halls, an hour of fun science activities, and 1.5 hours in a specially decorated party room with cake and beverages.
With a cash bar, sound-related activities, and other fun for grown-ups. 21+.
Mom may have asked you not to play with your food, but she never said anything about beverages. This Thursday, the Science Museum of Minnesota is hosting an evening of adult fun with booze experimentation. At the Next Social Science:... More »
The lights will be off for this installment of Social Science, a kid-free event that invites grownups to play in the museum. However, this is not because the electricity is out. Rather, the happening will encourage adults to explore art and... More »
Vampires, ghosts, mummies, zombies, and more will be taking over the Science Museum as it continues its adults-only Social Science program with a Halloween-themed evening. This Thursday, Social Scien... More »
Video games stopped being just for kids decades ago. At this night for grownups at the Science Museum of Minnesota, revelers will be able to celebrate and explore the world of gaming. University of Wisconsin-Madison professor Sean Dikkers will... More »
Once again, the Science Museum of Minnesota is inviting its guests to enjoy the great outdoors with "The Big Back Yard." This year's exhibit will explore the delicate relationship between land and water. The nine-hole EarthScapes mini-golf course... More »
Listen, honey, it's just not working out. See, you're like this 4,000-year-old stone slab of cuneiform, the world's first written language: Your communication skills are primitive. Or you're like the "Deadly Medicine" exhibit about Nazi eugenics. You're a traveling exhibit in the museum that is my life. You're fascinating, I learned some neat things from you, but you were never meant to be a permanent part of my collection, sweetie. That's just the way life is. Our relationship is as dead as that Egyptian mummy over there. Let's go over to the Disease Detectives display downstairs. See, you're like a horrible microbe that ended up in my food after the chef at a restaurant didn't wash his hands. Now you're in my digestive tract, and I'm sick...of you. Really, really sick. You make me puke. And, well, I don't want to puke anymore. Is this making sense? Good. I'm going to see a mountain-climbing movie at the Omnitheater now. Stop crying, the kids on a fieldtrip are staring.
The Science Museum of Minnesota is known for bringing in big exhibits--the current King Tut showcase, for example, and last year's Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit--but the whole facility is a dream palace for those who want to know why things happen the way they do. The regular galleries invite visitors to explore the Mississippi River, dinosaurs and other fossils, and the growth of cells. If you don't just want to look at the exhibits, there are various experimental rooms where visitors... More »
First dates are dodgy situations; the recipe for attraction often boils down to chemistry. That said, when taking the maiden voyage into a relationship it's important to create an atmosphere with as many icebreakers as possible. At the Science Museum of Minnesota, you can learn all about your date...and science. Current traveling exhibits include "Goosebumps," which explores the science of fear, and "Water." With interactive exhibits and hands-on activities, the likelihood of cold silences... More »
Listen, honey, it's just not working out. See, you're like this 4,000-year-old stone slab of cuneiform, the world's first written language: Your communication skills are primitive. Or you're like the "Deadly Medicine" exhibit about Nazi eugenics. You're a traveling exhibit in the museum that is my life. You're fascinating, I learned some neat things from you, but you were never meant to be a permanent part of my collection, sweetie. That's just the way life is. Our relationship is as dead as... More »
Science geeks and kindergarteners unite in the giddy pleasure of seeing the largest traveling exhibition of Chinese fossils ever to tour North America. The six-year-olds growl carnally at the velociraptor and rattle off facts to accompanying adults about the diet composition and prey-accusation methods of the small dinosaur. The older paleontological admirers check the placement of the oversized toe claw used by the velociraptor to slash prey, which was unfortunately misplaced in the... More »
A first date is a delicate balancing act: You want to be able to talk to each other (only through conversation can you ferret out whether your date is socialized/interesting/funny/needy/psycho), but you also want an easy escape from those awkward pauses. The solution: a Friday night at the Science Museum. A meander through the exhibits is bound to reveal whether your date spent Saturday mornings watching Looney Tunes or Mr. Wizard. A variety of hands-on experiments facilitate information... More »
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