Science Museum Of Minnesota
We’ve all learned about T-Rex, brontosaurus and even stegosaurus. But every day, researchers are looking for new species of dinosaurs. Some of the most recent discoveries are on display at the Science Museum of Minnesota at the Ultimate Dinosaurs exhibit. It’s an up-close look at history, and a chance to imagine life millions of years ago when dinosaurs roamed the earth, according to the Science Museum’s Kim Ramsden.
Summer break? Holiday off from school? Weekend excursion? These kid-friendly hotspots are sure to make the little ones smile.
Schools around the metro are taking that week-long (more or less) holiday known as spring break, now through mid April. Whether going out of town isn’t in your financial picture right now, or you’d just rather stay home, here are some ideas to keep your family from going stir-crazy—especially if it snows again next week. The classic kid-venture spots never fail to entertain: the Science Museum of Minnesota (especially with the Ultimate Dinosaurs exhibit having just opened, and it’s fantastic), which might be paired with a trip to the Minnesota Children’s Museum, which just opened its Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice exhibit;
No need to be bored this spring break. Four major Minnesota institutions are bursting at the seams with information of things to do and places to see.
All this week, the WCCO Morning Show is checking out cool stuff for the kids to do over spring break. The biggest creatures to ever roam the earth are waiting for you at the Science Museum of Minnesota. The new Ultimate Dinosaurs Exhibit is an interactive trip back through time for the entire family.
Get your culture on this spring with some of the best museum exhibits in Minnesota.
A great white shark so close you could almost touch it. The cacophonous music of Stomp, blasting away at you from every corner. The eruption of Mt. St. Helens, so intense you can feel the earth shake. That’s what you’ll have the chance to experience at this year’s Omnifest at the Science Museum of Minnesota.
The chilly temperatures are keeping many Minnesotans indoors during this winter break. Families might be feeling a little stir crazy, but there are several activities out there happening around town to keep the kids busy. For a taste of the tropics, many are flocking to the Como Park Conservatory in St. Paul, where it’s often 75 degrees and humid.
With just a cough or sneeze, it can hit you from six feet away. So cover your mouth and wash those hands, because flu season is back in Minnesota.
The Science Museum of Minnesota will host one of its most popular features starting next month. Omnifest 2014 opens Jan. 9 at the St. Paul museum’s William L. McKnight-3M Omnitheater.
Halloween is almost here. Have you checked out the metro’s haunted houses? There are tons of scary things to do for older Halloween fans. But where you can take the little, more easily scared ones?
If you’ve visited The Science Museum of Minnesota lately, you’ve probably noticed some changes. There’s the new Maya exhibit and a new cafe with gelato, but perhaps the biggest change at the museum is one you haven’t noticed.
Indoors and outdoors, Minnesota offers some of the best exhibits year-round.
School’s out for the summer? Not quite. Enhance your learning with an educational seminar around Minnesota this summer.
We are just a couple of days away from the opening of a huge new exhibit at the Science Museum of Minnesota. It’s all about the ancient Maya, people who lived in places like southern Mexico, Belize, Guatemala and El Salvador centuries ago.