San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum is excited to host its second annual Family Space Night in conjunction with our Outdoor Explorer Series. Blast off into the universe and explore space at this interactive event on Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Train to be a space cadet and find your passion for Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STREAM)!
Through hands-on activities and a whole lot of fun, you will learn about:
- Space exploration
- Space Shuttle design
- Circuit boards
- Solar systems
- Stargazing with NASA JPL Ambassadors and high power telescopes
From engineering circuit boards and tinkering with Space Shuttle design, to experiencing a virtual reality moon walk and mapping the stars with NASA JPL (Jet Propulsion Lab) ambassadors, both children and parents will leave with new knowledge and passion for science and engineering. Event will include food vendors, engaging activity booths, and giveaways.
This event is free for members and free with Museum admission for non-members.
Visit our Blog to learn more about last year's Family Space Night event.
About Outdoor Explorer Series:
The Series is designed to open doors for children to have a broader understanding of our natural world and a deeper connection with nature. It is a multi-faceted program encouraging children to reduce screen time, connect with the outdoors, and get their hands dirty while learning about plants, animals, and the earth.
These programs are designed for children ages 3 and up. Price of Outdoor Explorer Events are included in Museum admission. For Museum admission pricing, please visit our Admission & Pricing page.
Hands-on workshop seating is first come, first served. As workshops tend to fill up quickly, please arrive early to secure your spot.