Join us on February 14 for romance under the stars at Nova Nights: Diamonds in the Sky. This event brings together a starry night sky and live music for an evening out of this world!
Your admission to Nova Nights includes:
- Live music from the Soulard Blues Band
- One drink ticket
- Fondue and dessert stations
- One complimentary ticket to LASERIUM
- $50 in advance, $55 at the door
- Members receive discounted tickets
Now playing in the OMNIMAX®!
Now open in the OMNIMAX® Theater!
JERUSALEM takes you on an inspiring and eye-opening tour of one of the world’s oldest and most enigmatic cities. Destroyed and rebuilt countless times over 5000 years, Jerusalem’s enduring appeal remains a mystery. In this new film from National Geographic, discover what made Jerusalem so important to many different cultures, how it became the center of the world for three major religions and why it still matters.
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!
Learn about the real dinosaurs of Jurassic Park from Dr. Michael Morales, Geology Museum Director at Emporia State University. Explore what it’s like to excavate and study dinosaur fossils in our interactive dig site and prep lab. Debate chaos theory and see a screening of the original Jurassic Park (1993). Learn more.
Learn what it is like to travel, live and work in space. Settle into the Orthwein StarBay for a must see Planetarium Show and explore the Boeing Space Station above on the StarBridge.
Come visit Experience Flight where you can quite literally experience what it is like to fly and ride in various aircraft through fully immersive simulators!
Take the Controls!
Challenge yourself with smoe brain-teasing math puzzles, including tangrams, number puzzles, logical puzzles and more! The Do the Math! Math Cart is located in Human Adventure.
Titans of the Ice Age transports you to otherworldly frozen landscapes ten thousand years before modern civilization. Computer-generated imagery brings this era to life—from saber-toothed cats to the iconic mammoths.