Science is closer than you think! Join educators from the Perot Museum of Nature and Science for fun family experiments on first Saturdays in Klyde Warren Park. Each month will feature a new topic with hands-on investigation and experimentation.
September 3 | Cellular
Explore cells of plants, humans, and animals and learn what we are all made up of.
October 1 | Space
Explore the mysteries of the universe through a fun, hands-on activity.
November 5 | Robots
Explore the world of engineering and technology as you create your own robot.
December 3 | Feathers
Examine the patterns and colors of feathers up close.
January 7 | Polymers
Make snow out of simple polymers. It feels like the real thing!
February 4 | Dinosaurs
Explore the field of paleontology as we dig up and excavate dinosaur bones.
March 4 | Energy
Explore how electricity works and even build your own circuit.
April 1 | Nature
Discover the nature that surrounds us and examine nature up close.
May 6 | Architecture
Create and construct your own building and test how strong it is.
Learn more about the Perot Museum of Nature and Science here!
Activities are subject to cancellation or change due to inclement weather.