Join us Tuesday, November 26 from 6-8pm at for Science After Dark, and enjoy the infinite joys found in pie and pi.
21 and up. Tickets are $5 or free for members.
Wiggle Worms learned about solids, liquids and gases today so Ms. Lennie demonstrated what happens when dry ice sublimates (turns from a solid to a gas.) The gas fills up the can and when it has nowhere else to go, the lid pops off!
Wiggle Worms, held every Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the Museum of Discovery in downtown Little Rock, teaches children under the age of six about science in a fun, hands-on environment.
The science of brewing beer is the topic for September's Science After Dark. Sample beer from local breweries and learn how the scientific processes they use to brew.
Do you remember what you learned in fifth grade? Join us on Wednesday, August 28 from 6-8 p.m. for a refresher course in elementary school at our adults-only event Science After Dark. Tickets are $5 or free for members. There will be a cash bar and a signature cocktail to pay homage to the cafeteria; hot tater toddy.
Join us on Wednesday, July 31 from 6-8 p.m. as we discuss the science of UFOs and creatures such as Big Foot, Loch Ness Monster and Chupacabra
Our Rockets, Robots and Slime campers built and launched their own hot air balloons in the museum's great hall.
Our campers watching part of the museum's Awesome Science show. In this part, the educator discusses gasses with the campers.
These "Rockets, Robots & Slime, Oh My!" campers built these Doodlebots.
This movie was written and starred in by Lights, Camera, Action campers (ages 6-9.) Special thanks to David Weekley for shooting, editing and producing the videos.
This movie was written and starred in by Lights, Camera, Action campers (ages 10-13.) Special thanks to David Weekley for shooting, editing and producing the videos.
Our Lights, Camera, Action campers (ages 10-13) do the Harlem Shake
Our Lights, Camera, Action! campers, ages 6-9.
Our Lights, Camera, Action! campers, ages 10-13, created this commercial about training your chicken.
Our Lights, Camera, Action! campers, ages 6-9, created this commercial about a robot butler.
We made liquid nitrogen ice cream in Wiggle Worms, our weekly program for kids 6 and under.
Join us on Wednesday, May 29th from 6-8p.m. for Science After Dark. This month we'll have a Tinkerfest preview with several tinkering stations. Remember, Tinkerfest is Saturday, June 15 at Museum of Discovery!
Daisy and Duke exploring their new home (and loving it!)
April's Science After Dark will focus on why we make mistakes. A neuroscientist from UAMS will discuss how the human brain is wired to make mistakes, a magician and hypnotist will be on hand; we'll discuss Darwin Awards and even learn about "Male Blindness" Join us Wednesday, April 24 from 6-8 pm!
Arkansas Discovery Network Advisory Council members met today and during their meeting, they made CD hovercrafts. These hovercrafts are made by sixth-graders when they're visited by ADN's mobile museum, The Race for Planet-X. Learn more here: http://museumofdiscovery.org/raceforplanetx
Our two ferrets, Daisy and Duke, out having fun as a part of their
This month's Science After Dark is "In Like A Lion, Out Like A Lamb; The Science of Extreme Weather".
March 27th, 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Free for Members/$5.00 for Non Members.
African Rhythms will be at the Museum featuring Zinse Aggine and the Hope Drum Ballet. Check out this video from last year's event. Public shows will be today (2/22) at 2pm and Saturday (2/23) at 11:30 am, 1pm and 3 pm.
Learn about the advancements made by African American Scientist and here why we are all Africans.
Those attending the 21-and-over-only event full of Africa science-based experiences will get the chance to:
Meet some African animals and learn more about many of the continent's best-known inhabitants.
Examine some of the more exotic skeletons of African animals, pulled from the Museum of Discovery's collection, as well as skulls, hides and other animal artifacts from the Little Rock Zoo.
Learn about the science and scientists of Africa, including troubling phenomena like the melting of the snow cap on Mount Kilimanjaro.
Explore "The Development of Construction from the Age of the Pharaoh to Modern Egypt," as Dr. Akhnoukh talks about pyramids, pharaoh temples and newer projects such as the high dam in Aswan, Cairo Tower, the famous Alexandria Library, and the Egyptian Museum.
Enjoy African roots-based music.
And learn why deep down in our DNA, we are all African.
Ages 21 and older
Admission: $5 per person
Cash Bar Available
Join us January 30 for this month's Science After Dark and learn the science of how the world may end...someday. 6:00 - 8:00 pm, over 21 only, $5.00 to enter (FREE for members), cash bar available.