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*All events are included with general admission unless otherwise noted.

BASF Kids’ Lab: Hold Everything

Don't cry over spilled anything!  Join us while we explore some interestingly absorbent materials. Experiment with common household products before discovering an amazing chemical with a noteworthy property. Each child also receives a cool backpack with surprises inside! Participants may preregister Monday through noon Thursday prior to the program by e-mailing kidslab@lasm.org. Groups that...

Dino Day

Explore dinosaurs and their prehistoric world through a variety of interactive activities at our second annual Dino Day! In addition to hands-on stations and knowledgeable guest presenters, you will also have a chance to see our recent additions to the Solar System Gallery -- home of Jason, a 65-million-year-old Triceratops. In the planetarium, dig into a special lineup of dinosaur-themed...

June First Sunday

Want to meet Jason the Triceratops and his prehistoric companions for free? With complimentary museum admission and $6 unlimited admission to planetarium shows, this First Sunday is the perfect time to explore.  This month's program sponsored by The Advocate

BASF Kids’ Lab: Chemistry is Bananas!

What do you have in common with a banana? Put on your gloves and goggles in order to discover the answer to this question. You will be rewarded with a firsthand look at an amazing material that makes all life possible. Each participant will also receive a cool backpack with surprises inside! BASF Kids’ Lab requires adult participation and...

Art After Hours: Faces of the Flood

What began as a photo assignment for a local magazine grew into a larger project that attracted national attention through the Facebook community page Humans of the Water. Join the photographers whose work is on view in our new Faces of the Flood exhibition, along with some of the individuals pictured, for a candid discussion of their documentary work in...