Science Sundays this summer at Children’s Museum | Events
Children's Museum Tucson is offering Science Sundays beginning May 20 and lasting till September.
The program is Sundays only and will feature science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) themed activities from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The museum will feature staff and weekly guest organizations, who will have hands-on visitor fun, with animals, physics, math, lasers and a whole lot more.
Science Sunday's kickoff is timed to coincide with the opening of Children's Museum Tucson's Investigation Station, an all new exhibit opening later this month. The Investigation Station will also be the largest exhibit the museum has had to date, and it will feature a variety of STEM themed interactive features. The sponsor for Investigation Station is Angel Charity for Children, Inc.
The first event for Science Sunday will be May 20, and feature the Planetary Science Institute and solar eclipse activities. Science Sundays will also be $2 admission days as well. Future Science Sunday guest organizations will include Reid Park Zoo, the Physics Factory, UA Optics, the Mini-Time Machine Museum, Make It Magis, the Tucson Botanical Gardens and many others.
Children's Museum Science Sundays are also sponsored by Tucson Medical Center, Wells Fargo, Freeport McMoRan, Raytheon, General Growth Properties, and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, with media sponsorship from Arizona Daily Star.
Regular admission is free for children under 24 months; $6, ages 2-18; $8, Adults; $6, Seniors. The Museum is located at 200 S. 6th Ave in downtown Tucson. For more information, please call (520) 792-9985 or visit the Facebook page or website www.childrensmuseumtucson.org.