Experience The Science Behind Pixar and enjoy the reopened Museum. Advance tickets are required for all guests and are now available for visits through August 14. Reserve your tickets now.
We're working to ensure a safe and T-rex-cellent experience for all, so get your face coverings ready to join us at Science Park!
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Through our engaging programs and immersive experiences, we encourage learners of all ages to explore and develop their interests in understanding the natural and human-made world. We need generous supporters like you to ensure our programs are made possible.
Last year, gifts empowered 480,000 visitors to enjoy dynamic Live Presentations that bring STEM to life every day.
Gifts to our Field Trip program provided 132,906 students the opportunity to experience the magic of the Museum on a field trip.
Thanks to the support of EIE®, more than 18 million students have been introduced to engineering across all 50 states and 20 countries.
– Chris Bellon, Discoverer since 2012
The Museum of Science Magazine is a bi-annual publication produced by the Office of Advancement for friends and supporters of the Museum.
National Grid’s $100,000 gift provides schools and community organizations opportunity to take part in the Museum’s STEM education programs.
The Colonel Francis T. Colby Society, which recognizes donors whose cumulative lifetime giving equals a minimum of $100,000, pays tribute to those who have had a major impact on the Museum. Society members is on display at the entrance to the Museum’s Colby Room.
The Washburn Society honors the special community of supporters who have included the Museum in their wills or other estate plans; established life income gifts; or named the Museum as a beneficiary of a retirement plan, donor advised fund, insurance policy, or investment account.
In celebration of individuals, families, corporations, and foundations whose cumulative gifts and pledges total $1 million dollars or more, the Museum hosts a biannual Chairman’s Circle Dinner.
Your gift today could change the trajectory of young learners and prepare them for a future in STEM.