Our philosophy starts with the simple belief that kids are capable of incredible things. Our job is to nurture that ability; our goal is to support kids' healthy development. Play is how kids learn--here, it is in both a STEM-rich environment and inviting outdoor experience.
“How do bees make honey?”
“Do bees have hands?”
“What makes different honeys taste different?”
“How do bees make wax?”
These are some of the insightful questions we received at my All About Bees program at the... READ MORE
The new Discovery Museum will soon be open and ready to welcome our curious, capable, imaginative young visitors. This has been our goal for many years and the focus of innumerable hours of imagining, designing, fundraising, and building. Soon we... READ MORE
Set a kid wearing socks on a slippery floor and inevitably, sock skating will follow. This is proving true at the Discovery Museum, where our outdoor sock-skating rink is encouraging children—and parents and grandparents—to slip, slide, and spin... READ MORE
I am trying to look calm and cool on the outside but inside, my heart is pounding. “Watch this, momma!” my 4-year-old daughter squeals as she swings from a branch and just barely catches the boulder with her feet. Thankfully, as the... READ MORE
This post originally appeared in June, 2017.
When we design programs at The Discovery Museums, we are always looking for ways to encourage people to step outside their comfort zones.
We see this happening all the time. But... READ MORE