Learn the science of passion at the Museum of Discovery's adult event, Science After Dark, on Wednesday, February 26 from 6-8 p.m.
Learn about wine, enjoy chocolate and cheese, see a heart dissection, learn the physiology of attraction and arousal, check out aphrodisiacs and more!
$5 admission (free for members)
Pizza by the slice
Be an engineer in at Tech City at the Museum of Discovery. Open through May 11!
We have new additions to the Museum of Discovery!
Duke and Daisy pick the winner of Super Bowl XLVIII
Today is your last chance to vote on a name for our robot! Vote at http://svy.mk/1dwXXuC
Join us for the first Science After Dark of 2014 on Wednesday, January 29 as we explore the science of good and bad habits.
Kevin Delaney, visitor experience director, presents Awesome Science at the Museum of Discovery
You suggested some great names for the robot. The top ten names have been selected and now you will vote on the best one starting Thursday, January 16!
Did you know that chinchillas bathe in dust instead of water? This is because their fur is so dense that it retains moisture leaving them susceptible to fungus. Chinchillas are native to South America and bathe in dust made from fine, ground volcanic rocks.
Here is a video of one our chinchillas taking a dust bath in front of an audience of students. Enjoy! It's pretty cute.
Our sugar gliders came out for a yummy snack! We're working with so they will become comfortable in meeting our visitors at the museum.
During this holiday season, we here at the museum like to remember past holidays where famous scientists put aside their differences, and got together in the spirit of festive cheer. We'd like to think it went a little like this.
The Museum of Discovery in Little Rock, Arkansas ignites a passion for science, technology and math in a dynamic and interactive environment.
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.