Each Saturday and Sunday in May, Science in Bloom will put the science—and the fun—of nature on show.
Work together to build kinetic mobiles around the Shed and explore the properties of mass and balance!
Create large collaborative structures using wooden dowels.
Join the Kids Room staff in the learning lab while we learn about our bodies.
Come and sing along with the Kids Room staff as we become familiar with some new favorite songs about dinosaurs, bears, and so much more.
See the Moon, planets, and stars through our historic and computer controlled Alvan Clark & Sons 8″ refracting telescope.
Now that’s what I call Science! This June, we’ve jam-packed every weekend with some of MSC’s greatest scientific hits!
Back by popular demand for the summer: Brunch With a View! Why go to brunch just anywhere, when you can see breathtaking views of the city skyline from your table? Brunch With a View includes bottomless Mimosas and Bloodies, so you can start your day off right.
Join us as we celebrate science on the second Friday of each month this summer. From 5:00pm-8:00pm admission to the Maryland Science Center is only $10. Admission for Family Fun Friday includes the permanent exhibit halls, Planetarium, and IMAX Theater. All visitors pay just $10 for admission during Family Fun Friday. The IMAX presentation is at 7:00pm, Planetarium presentations are at 6:00pm & 7:30pm, and you will encounter live science during your visit. Family Fun Friday is part of the Waterfront Partnership’s Family Fun Fridays.…
Get ready for those breezy summer days by engineering your very own kite on Saturday, June 9 at the Maryland Science Center.
Dance the night away and celebrate the Maryland Science Center’s education and outreach programs at Solstice, MSC’s annual fundraiser!
Get ready to get messy! MSC’s fifth annual Mess Fest is sure to be ooey-er, gooey-er, gloppy-er, and sloppy-er than EVER before.
Back by popular demand for the summer: Brunch With a View! Why go to brunch just anywhere, when you can see breathtaking views of the city skyline from your table?
Slip and slide your way to the Maryland Science Center for our Super Science Sleepover: Drippy, Slippy Science.
See the Moon, planets, and stars through our historic and computer controlled Alvan Clark & Sons 8″ refracting telescope. Our evening’s observations start with focusing on planet Venus, followed by Jupiter and then Saturn.