Homeschool Adventures are programs held at the Museum of Natural History and Planetarium for local homeschool families. Small Audience planetarium programs offered on the THIRD WEDNESDAY of each month at 9:30am and 1:30pm. Capacity is limited for safety and facial coverings must be worn by all guests at all times. Your visit will include a special planetarium show with a limited number of other homeschool families and time to explore the museum while it is closed to the public, as well as follow-up, take home activities.
Program Fee: $25 per family. Family price covers up to 4 guests. Must include at least one adult and not to exceed 4 guests per registration. Pre-registration required. Walk-in registrations on the day of the program are not accepted. Each registration includes one activity bag of materials related to the topic.
January 20, 9:30am and 1:30pm
Our Magnificent Moon includes Max Goes to the Moon full dome planetarium show
Ever wonder what it’s like to go to the Moon? This show, based on the children’s book, “Max Goes to the Moon” by Dr. Jeffrey Bennett, takes us on such an adventure.
February 17, 9:30am and 1:30pm
The Amazing Telescope includes Two Small Pieces of Glass full dome planetarium show
Explore how telescopes have helped us understand our place in space and how they continue to expand our understanding of the cosmos.
March 17, 9:30am and 1:30pm
Night Sky Exploration includes Spring Sky Views planetarium show
Take a tour of the spring sky and discover the constellations, planets, nebulae and other stunning night sky objects that can be seen in the night sky.