Step into STEM.
Everything you see in the Museum of Natural History & Science has its roots in STEM fields. From carbon dating dinosaur bones, to figuring out Cincinnati's location on the globe 200 million years ago, to the Apollo program, everywhere you look you'll see examples of the great things people can accomplish with STEM. Get started in STEM, or go deeper than you have time for in school, by visiting the museum's STEM Lab. The lab's amenities include a fume hood and gas connection, which allows for explosively interesting chemistry demonstrations, touchscreen televisions and a ton of space to test your own mad methodology.
Keep an eye on our events calendar for STEM Lab programs.