Think everything you see in your world is all there is to see? Think again! There is another world you can’t see, made up of things that are too small or things that move too fast or too slow for the naked eye to see. There is also stuff that is just plain invisible…UNTIL NOW!
Now Playing in the OMNIMAX® Theater
Location: Taylor Community Science Resource Center - 4900 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
Have you ever wondered if you would survive a zombie apocalypse? On February 19th, Dr. Terri Rebmann a biosecurity expert from St. Louis University will be leading an interactive discussion on the possibilities of a real life “zombie” outbreak, and the infectious diseases that could cause such wild and outlandish symptoms. Would you last until the end, or would you be the first to go? Join us for the first Teen Science Cafe to find out!
Celebrate scouting with two full days of programs especially for Boy Scouts! All ranks of scouts in uniform will be eligible for additional discounts. Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts from any council and/or district are welcome.
View formula cars, hydrogen cars and steel bridges as local groups provide demonstrations and hands-on activities to celebrate National Engineers Week.
View formula cars, hydrogen cars and steel bridges as local groups provide demonstrations and hands on activities to celebrate National Engineers Week.
During this free, family-friendly event in the Lif Science Lab Classroom, visitors will have the chance to learn about the naturalist Charles Darwin. Explore the places Darwin traveled, learn about his discoveries and see natural selection in action!
June 6, 1944: The largest Allied operation of World War II began in Normandy, France. D-Day: Normandy 1944 provides a new perspective to audiences of all ages of this monumental event that changed the world.