Why We Celebrate Science
We’re building a community that shares our love of science by creating connections through innovative programs, authentic experiences, and advocacy for our mission.
We believe that science forms a foundation for lifelong learning and curiosity. Our signature brand of science education celebrates the “how come?” and the “what if?’’ And we celebrate a collective exploration that leads to a shared sense of discovery. Let’s science.
Itsy Bitsy Sing-Along
Come and sing along with the Kids Room staff!Details
Colors of the Solar System
What colors make up our solar system?Details
Science Around the World
Travel the world on a science adventure with the Kids Room!Details
Mountain Adventure: Out of Bounds
An Epic Journey Mountains tower above the plains and dominate the skyline.Details
A journey 13 billion years in the making—told through the lens of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope.Details
We are a movement not confined to four walls.
Through our programs, we reach audiences in every part of Maryland and beyond, because every child deserves access to education, science, personal insight, innovation, and invention.View More Programs
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Maryland Science Center Membership
Not only do you enjoy member-only perks, but you help support all our great events and programming.
Members enjoy benefits reserved just for them. Your Maryland Science Center Membership includes many benefits such as discounts, VIP events, free admission to the Science Center and more!Become a Member View Benefits
Other Ways to Support
Thank you for helping us to celebrate science every day.Find Out How
Maryland Science Center in the Community
Where are we today?
George Washington Carver Elementary
St. Mary's County
EVENT: Let’s Science That
- Explore the scientific process through physical and chemical changes
- Investigate light reflection, light absorption, and shadow creation
- Observe the formation of new substances as a result of chemical reactions
SERIES: Traveling Science Program