Saint Louis Science Center

Amazing Astronomy

In this amazing workshop, kids will learn how to connect modern science with myth and ancient starlight as they map the stars and study the motion of our galazy.

View this event »
Above and Beyond Opens at the Saint Louis Science Center

Celebrate aerospace technology at the new, highly interactive special exhibition at the Saint Louis Science Center: Above and Beyond. This special exhibition will immerse you in flight and space travel, with simulations that allow visitors to design and test-fly a supersonic jet, experience flight as a bird, and ride in a space elevator. 

Above and Beyond takes you faster, farther and higher for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. It's produced by Evergreen Exhibitions in association with Boeing, in collaboration with NASA and the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum.

View this event »
21 Ways to Have Fun Indoors in St. Louis This Winter

It hasn’t been snow that’s keeping St. Louis families indoors this winter; instead, heavy rains and historic flooding have conspired to keep many of us at home – or at least inside where it’s warm and dry.

Continue reading »
Winter Science Blast Camp

Your kids can enjoy Winter Science Blast Camps at the Saint Louis Science Center when school is out for winter breaks and holidays. Winter Science Blast Camp is for kids in grades 1 to 5.

View this event »
The Great ShakeOut

Kids and families can learn how to protect themselves in the event of an earthquake at the Great ShakeOut. The Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills are an annual opportunity to practice what to do during earthquakes and how to improve preparedness. 

View this event »
8 Essential Events for St. Louis Families in October

Halloween may be the ultimate October event for many families, but don’t forget that there are many other kid-friendly events taking place throughout St. Louis too. Check out our top picks for Family Fun this October.

Continue reading »

Pages

Our Daily Things to Do email is the easiest way to plan your day.
Follow Us
   
Want daily ideas of things to do? How about special offers & giveaways? Sign up and we’ll handle the rest.
Things to Do

Roller Coaster Engineering for Kids
Thursday, January 23, 2020
Saturday, February 8, 2020
Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Kids will learn how roller coasters work as they loop their own tracks for some speedy marble fun. Roller Coaster Engineering is for kids ages 8-12 and is a free workshop held at the St. Louis County Library. Registration is required.

View this event »
Sensory Story Time
Thursday, January 23, 2020
Saturday, February 8, 2020

Sensory Story Time is geared to families with children ages 3-9 who are on the autism spectrum or who have multi-sensory needs. Children of all abilities are welcome.

View this event »
Water Waddlers Indoor Drop-In Swim

Stop in and have some fun in the indoor pool at the Lodge of Des Peres with your little one at this drop-in swim time for kids up to age 6. No pre-registration is needed; Water Waddlers is open to residents and non-residents of Des Peres.

View this event »
You Might Also Like...

From Our Sponsors
Popular Stories

Share the Love This Season: 15 St. Louis Gift Drives That Need Your Family's Help

With a variety of nonprofits across the region currently collecting gifts and toys for those they serve, you and your little ones can help make the holidays a bit brighter for our neighbors in need by donating to the following drives.

Continue reading »
Play Street Museum Brings Kid-Sized Fun to The Streets of St. Charles

With its shops and restaurants, The Streets of St. Charles has become the go-to for grown-ups in the region. But now kids have a place here to call their own at Play Street Museum.

Continue reading »
7 St. Louis Area Pumpkin Patches Your Kids Will Love

It’s not really fall in St. Louis until you get lost in a corn maze or find that perfect pumpkin in a field of thousands. Thankfully, no matter where you live in the region, there’s a local farm right in your backyard offering a variety of autumn-themed attractions perfect for every member of the family, from toddlers to teens.

Continue reading »
Accumulating Children: A Beginner's Guide

The key to successfully going from one, to two, to three kids is really just learning how to determine whose immediate need is more life-threatening. Plus, you stop judging parents who put their kids on leashes.

Continue reading »
Follow Us