Who said science was only for kids?
Definitely not us! Our adult events let grown ups experience MSC their way. We infuse science into each event we host through hands-on activities, demonstrations, and an educated staff that equals a recipe for an amazing night. So join us at Music Under the Dome for a visual music show you can’t get anywhere else, learn a new trade while kicking back cocktails at DIY Happy Hour, experience science with a twist at Whiskey in the Shed–and so much more. Always check back here for the latest updates on Adult Programs happening at the Maryland Science Center.
Cheers to staying curious.
DIY Happy Hour: Jewelry-Making
Friday, February 28, 7-9PM Ever made jewelry using LED's and a soldering iron? Well, now's your chance!
SOLD OUT: Captain Marvel & Cocktails
Friday, March 8, 8:30-10PM Earth is about to be caught in the middle of a galactic war… And you’re invited to take a front row seat.
Whiskey in the Shed: Old Line Spirits
Thursday, March 28, 7-9PM Join the Maryland Science Center with the master distillers at Old Line Spirits for a whiskey tasting like no other.
Grown Up Field Trip: Welcome to Westeros
Friday, April 5, 7-9:30PM Assemble your house and get ready to explore the science of the Seven Kingdoms.
Music Under the Dome: Queens of Pop
Friday, April 26, 7-9PM Step aside for these leading ladies as they belt their way onto our 360-degree dome.
SOLD OUT: Wine & Dinosaurs
Friday, May 10, 7-9PM Enjoy an exclusive look at the Science Center after dark as you wander—wine in hand—through our world of prehistoric predators and plant eaters.
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Hey, by the way…
Every time you come to an event at the Maryland Science Center, you’re contributing to something bigger than yourself. All of the proceeds from these events support free admission for all Maryland students, teachers, and chaperones on field trips. So go ahead and pat yourself on the back—supporting science for all is something to be proud of.