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Below you'll find a running list of programs we have to offer. Follow the links to learn more about each program. If you have an idea or request for a program please feel free to Contact us. We could Partner together to make a fantastic learning experience!
Introduction to the nearly lost history, art, and science behind clockwork toys that mimic animal and human life. Learn the basic mechanisms of vintage automata, trace their evolution from the renaissance to the digital era, and have hands-on time exploring and analyzing rare automata models. Learn More →
Baron von Vaderstein of Prussia is building a ship that will allow him to burrow into the Earth's crust and collect samples of every type of rock and learn about the layers of the lithosphere. It's up to Her Majesty's Extraordinary Adventurers to beat him to the punch by building their own 'Iron Mole' and uncovering the secrets that await beneath the Earth's surface. Learn More →
Before the digital era, the world's engineers, scholars, and tradespeople built elegant engines of logic, both grand and modest, to aid them in their calculations and everyday tasks. Visit a world where bones, cogs and tubes are the cutting edge of computation. Learn how they worked and how they can inspire your own inventiveness, from the arithmetic to the literary! Learn More →
Explore our sun SOL and discover that despite being "in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy," the mysteries and magic of our Solar System, Earth, and Moon are far from "unregarded." Using your Solar System and Eclipses Explorer Passports, we will chart an arc of observing and learning across our sky. Learn More →
Light travels 93 million miles from our sun to to get to us, so the least we can do is take some time to study it! Enjoy this program filled with demonstrations and hands-on opportunities allowing us to explore the origins and operations of light in everything from its optical gymnastics in mirrors and lenses to proving its dual state as both a particle and a wave. Learn More →
A panoramic view of computing starting with a 20,000 year old baboon fibula and ending with Quantum computing. We will cover the major developments and paradigm shifts in the world of computing from bones and beads, to gears and tubes, to microcircuits and microchips, and beyond. Plenty of hands on activities with computing artifacts await. Learn More →
Come explore Steampunk’s always fantastic, often humorous, sometimes bizarre, and occasionally disturbing world of retro-futurism, speculative science fiction, and the Victorian era. Explore what it takes to become a paleo-futurist writer, how to approach the 'punk' aspect of Steampunk, and engage in character and worldbuilding labs. Learn More →
Enjoy this Star Wars themed science show exploring the wonders (and dangers) of the world of static electricity. Together we'll learn how to use The Force (of static electricity) to levitate and repel objects, power light tubes, and provide propulsion for spacecraft. We'll even have time for participants to practice performing some Jedi tricks themselves. Learn More →
Do you have an idea for your own story of The Doctor but not sure where to begin? Well wonder no more! Come explore the Whoniverse and learn the secrets behind writing a great Doctor Who story while also having the opportunity to engage in character and world-building activities that will leave you ready to take on the literary universe. Alons-y! Learn More →
You're an engineer on a team responsible for designing a lander that will safely deliver an astronaut to the surface of Mars. You'll have materials, schedules, deadlines, and budgets to manage and the challenges of the Martian atmosphere to contend with. Can you do it? Of course you can! Join us for the fun. Learn More →
The greatest single combined achievement of engineering and science in human history ... and you missed it! Here's your chance to experience (or re-experience) what it was like for the 8 days from July 16-24, 1969 while three astronauts did what cultures around the Earth had dreamed of for millennia - travel to the moon and back. Learn More →