‘Mission Space’ At Museum Of Natural History & Planetarium

Hooray for science. Head over to the Museum of Natural History and Planetarium all this week for ‘Mission Space.’ Activities include: building a rover, learning about our solar system, discovering what it takes to go into space, fun crafts, special Mission Space museum quest, and more.

Check out the ‘Our Place in Space’ planetarium show. Planetarium show tickets must be purchased online:

There’s no place like home! Begin your journey from right here on Earth as we venture from the museum for a whirlwind trip through the solar system. Take an unforgettable tour through our cosmic neighborhood as you explore the craters of Mercury, stormy Neptune and discover why Earth is so unique. The adventure does not end there as we explore nebulae and star clusters of our Milky Way Galaxy. (General Audience)

Recommended viewing for your inquisitive and gifted child: ‘How the Universe Works’ on the Science Channel: fantastic visuals with a diverse and entertaining group of expert scientists. This show helped get me through the quarantine, sometimes with the sound off.

Through Friday, February 24, RWP Museum and Planetarium, 1000 Elmwood Avenue, (directions)

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