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With new exhibits and shows opening all the time, the Museum is never the same place twice. Learn more about what's coming up in the next few months!
Come to our first-ever Red Sox Weekend! Enjoy baseball-themed STEM activities, meet the Red Sox team mascot, Wally, and more!
Be among the first to embrace your inner POPnologist as you interact with robots, witness the world's first 3-D printed car, and more!
Explore and test the materials and design of baseball bats, balls, and turf to see how science helps make home runs happen!
Ryan Auster, a statistics guru from our research department, shares the ways we can measure the performance of baseball players and teams.
Join Museum educators for the hands-on activity of the day and explore the dynamic relationship between pop culture and technology.
Embrace your inner POPnologist as you interact with robots, witness the world's first 3-D printed car, and more!
Active duty US military personnel or their spouse with valid ID receive up to 4 free Exhibit Halls admissions every day in May!
Discover how the Event Horizon Telescope may be able to provide the impossible – an image of a black hole with unprecedented detail.
See this new classic in a whole new way under the Charles Hayden Planetarium dome!
Discover the connections between food and science, technology, engineering, and math through a special menu of activities and presentations!
Enjoy family-friendly activities throughout the Museum, plus access to the Butterfly Garden, 4-D Theater, and POPnology!
Join Boston Choral Ensemble to explore the universe through sight and sound in the Charles Hayden Planetarium!
If you are or have been a participant, fill out this form and save the date for the May 16, 2017 celebration!
Harvard University swimmer Schuyler Bailar discusses the hurdles and the milestones in his life and the world of transgender youth.
On the first Thursday of each month this summer, revisit your favorite science-fiction films in the immersive setting of the Planetarium!
Test your knowledge with the ultimate live trivia game show spectacular, The Big Quiz Thing, under the Planetarium dome!
Explore potential vulnerabilities from sea level rise and extreme precipitation events, then discuss ways to increase Boston's resilience.
See Boston's hottest local bands perform live while stunning visuals appear in the immersive setting of the Charles Hayden Planetarium.
Bring your sleeping bag for a Museum experience you thought only existed in the movies...with a Member Overnight!
Enjoy an up-close view of 50 beautiful ships from more than 20 countries during an exclusive members-only cruise!
Watch student design trials, fill up your "passport" of activities, and win a prize in a day full of engineering and invention!
Learn how The Flagship Clubhouse gives youth access to the latest technology so they can explore, develop skills, and build confidence.
Immersive science meets immersive comedy as ImprovBoston's professional improvisers create an unforgettable experience in the Planetarium!
Enjoy fun science activities, family entertainment, the Boston Pops live Esplanade broadcast (weather permitting), fireworks, and more!
On Friday and Saturday evenings, experience one of our innovative and immersive music offerings in the Charles Hayden Planetarium.
Come to the Charles Hayden Planetarium every Thursday all summer long for sci-fi film screenings, trivia, live music, and more!
Plug in to your favorite musical legends as they ignite the Charles Hayden Planetarium in a series of one-of-a-kind tributes.
The Book Club for the Curious is designed especially for those who are interested in science and technology and how it impacts our society.
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