Omnifest Begins At The Science Museum Of MinnesotaOmnifest 2017, the Science Museum of Minnesota's popular annual giant-screen film festival, runs through May 4th.
'Science Behind Pixar' Exhibit Headed To Science MuseumBuzz Lightyear, Wall-E and Dory are all headed to the Science Museum of Minnesota this summer to show kids the central role science and technology play in creating their most beloved movie characters and universes.
4 Things To Do From Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017Celebrate 'Star Wars' in St. Paul, go kiss a fish in Walker, get techie in Bloomington & find spring at the Home & Garden Show!
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Museum In MinnesotaIn these cold winter months, warm up by taking in some high culture, indoors. Your votes sent Natalie Nyhus to St. Paul!
4 Things To Do From Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017Get out and celebrate this first weekend of 2017 with these great activities brought to us by Natalie Nyhus and Mike Augustyniak on WCCO Saturday Morning.
Science Museum Exhibit Lets Visitors Face Off With Sports Pros"Sportsology" opens Friday and will be on permanent display at the Science Museum of Minnesota in downtown St. Paul.
Science Museum Of Minnesota Introduces New 'Sportsology' ExhibitThe Science Museum is introducing a new exhibit that shows the science behind sports.
Life Story: Dick LeerhoffDick Leerhoff was a senior exhibit designer at the Science Museum of Minnesota for decades.
4 Things To Do Today From Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016It's a #Top10WxDay, so here are some ways you can enjoy it!
National Park Service Celebrates 100 Years With New FilmThe United States National Park Service turns 100 years old this year. To celebrate, a new film takes viewers on a breathtaking journey to 30 of its most spectacular landscapes.
Best Summer Day Camps In MinnesotaThe inevitable cries of boredom can be beat this summer by enrolling kids in day camp. Check out these excellent choices to help narrow down the vast options statewide.
Science Museum's Mummy A Lot Younger Than ThoughtNot that it's going to put much spring back into his step, but the mummy on display at the Science Museum of Minnesota is actually more than 1,000 years younger than initially thought.