Touch a triceratops, experience electricity, relive the radio's glory days—these are all things to see and discover at some of the Twin Cities' greatest science museums. Kids and adults alike can satisfy their curious minds with permanent and rotating exhibits throughout the year.
Explore Earth & beyond as seen from the International Space Station during “A Beautiful Planet,” now showing at the Science Museum of Minnesota in St. Paul.
The Bakken Museum invites hands-on discovery with a variety of educational and kid-friendly exhibits.
This museum transports visitors back to the beginning of broadcast from antique radios to WWII tape recorders.
Visit the Science Museum of Minnesota to explore their new exhibit, the Science Behind Pixar, running June 9 through Labor Day.
Located on the banks of the Mississippi River in downtown St. Paul, the 70,000-square-foot Science Museum of Minnesota is designed to spark a love of science learning in people of all ages. Learn how we can change the world at the Future Earth exhibit or study anatomy in the Human Body Gallery.
The Twin Cities have fun activities for all ages no matter what the weather forecast says.
St. Paul, one half of Minnesota's sister cities, is brimming with historic landmarks, museums, parks, charming neighborhoods and more.
The solar eclipse is happening Aug. 21, and we have the best spots to view it in Minneapolis and St. Paul.