The Michigan Science Center is hosting a FREE Community Day on Saturday, September 24h and you can reserve tickets NOW!
It’s always a good time at the Michigan Science Center and even better when it’s FREE! Reserve your tickets for Community Day and enjoy over 220+ interactive exhibits, live demonstrations and special themed activities including:
- Science of Sound: Rain stick, thunder stick and bell
- Technology of Lighting: Light board and flashlights with gel lights
- Engineering of a Form: Sewing machine and fabric for stitching
- Art of Classical Literature: Scenes and monologues from a Shakespeare play to act out
- Mathematics of Set Design: Playdoh and a miniature set
With the help of The Detroit Zoological Society, guests will also explore animal welfare research through the science and tools of thermal imaging infrared cameras, learn about how the Zoo designs studies that inform about wildlife populations locally and globally, dig into the STEM in sustainability – exploring how trees and other plants can help us address climate change, and have the opportunity to design and problem-solve as a “solutionary,” a person who solves issues affecting animals and the environment, while learning how the DZS is committed to helping all animals, including domestic animals like dogs and cats and wild animals like wolves and tigers.
The Michigan Science Center is open Wednesdays to Sunday from 10am to 4pm. Admission is $14 for kids ages 2 to 15 and $18 for guests 16+. The museum is a member of the Museums for All program and families can receive $3 admission for up to 4 people when you show your SNAP/EBT card. The museum is closed for improvements September 10th to 20th.
Reserve your FREE tickets to Community Day here
Michigan Science Center // 5020 John R. Street, Detroit, MI 48202
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