One of the largest and most celebrated museums in the world, comprised of 25 interconnected buildings that house 46 permanent exhibition halls. Read more.
Belgian Comic Strip Center brings together everything related to the comic strip, from its prestigious beginnings to its most recent developments, on more than 4,000 square meters of museum floors. Read more.
The Museum’s exhibit philosophy is for children to learn through concrete interactions — touching, exploring, manipulating and experimenting. Read more.
Adults can feel artsy and kids say “look at this funny thing!” Read more.
An interactive children’s museum dedicated to creating new generations of lifelong learners. Read more.
The largest of its kind between Chicago and Los Angeles. Read more.
Comprised of three centers, The Science Center, The Franklin Center, & The Center for Innovation in Science Learning. It also houses the Benjamin Franklin National Memorial. Read more.
Currently the world’s largest aquarium, with over 8 million gallons of water. Read more.
Dedicated to the dreams of flight – looking back into aviation’s history while exploring its future. Read more.
It takes visitors on a journey from the Earth to the Moon…and beyond, through a combination of artifacts, films, and replicas, to capture the story of the U.S./Soviet Space Race. Read more.
It is dedicated to offering exceptional science learning experiences and to engage learners of all ages in science excitement. Read more.
The wildest spot in Chicago in the shadow of skyscrapers has been a natural, free oasis for generations of animal lovers. Read more.
It offers offers a wide range of educational programs including lectures by major authors and artists, symposia, dramatic performances, concerts and family friendly activities. Read more.
Mauna Kea Observatory, Free nightly stargazing programs are conducted at the Visitor Station every night of the year, so you too can experience the amazing skies for which Mauna Kea is famous. Read more.
Features interactive exhibits, celebrating science – from an amazing collection of dinosaurs to innovative environmental showcases, imaginative early childhood playgrounds, an awe-inspiring aquarium. Read more.
It has hundreds of artifacts on display including the original Wright 1903 Flyer, the Spirit of St. Louis, the Apollo 11 command module, and a lunar rock sample that visitors can touch. Read more.
The Aquarium features hundreds of exhibits with more than 16,500 animals. Read more.
Peek down the halls of medical history with collections and curious medical instruments, see unusual anatomical artifacts, learn about the first microscopes and scientists who made history with them. Read more.
The green-domed museum on the National Mall contains 325,000 square feet of exhibition and public space. Read more.
A classic that still entertains kids and adults, located right on Boston’s waterfront. Read more.
The Museum’s permanent exhibit halls illustrate a “journey through time.” Read more.
A hands-on science and technology center with more than 400 exhibits to explore the wonder of biology, chemistry and physics. Read more.