Party like it’s 1919! Join us for a night of throw-back science, prohibition era cocktails, jazz music and dancing on January 17.
Everybody loves a field trip. Teachers, bring your immediate family and learn more about field trips at the Museum on January 19.
Join us on January 20 to view the only total lunar eclipse visible in Virginia this year!
John DeMajo and Calvin Boles present The History of Railroads in Richmond on January 23!
Let's go bananas with a night of monkey-themed fun on January 25!
Emily Stock presents Plans for Improved Passenger Rail Service in Richmond on January 30!
Join us for a sensory friendly evening developed for guests with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities on February 4!
Andy Thompson and Ryan Abrahamsen present Mapping the Outdoors 360 Degrees at a Time on February 6!
Katherine Lietz presents Treatment and Care for Advanced Heart Failure Patients on February 13!
What does a broken heart really look like? Gallery Educators dissect a sheep’s heart on February 14!
We’re still feeling the love from Valentine’s Day, so let’s explore the science of attraction on February 15!
We love our members and we love celebrating them even more - February 15 - 17!
Joseph Reiner presents How Lasers Can Help Solve Crimes on February 20!
Brody Wehman presents Innovations in Heart Valve Replacements and Procedures on February 27!
Kelly G. Lambert presents Well-Grounded: The Neurobiology of Rational Decisions on March 6!
Get gooey and gloppy with slime in every color of the rainbow on March 8!
Callan Bentley presents Beyond Pretty Pictures: Visualization in Geology on March 13!
Peter L. Goodman presents New Thoughts on the Problem of Obesity on April 3!
The Rat Basketball Association is preparing for the annual March Ratness tip off on April 5!
Bruce Matson presents Highlights of RTK’s 2018 NOBO Thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail on April 10!
Steve Knox presents Where There Are No Skid Marks: Solving the Mystery of Boat Collisions on April 17!
James Blow presents That Unhealthy Glow: America’s Deadly Love Affair with Radium on April 24!
Michael Gray and Tess Ottinger present How to Train the Operatic Voice on May 15!
James Blow presents I Wonder What’s In It: How Science Stopped Food Adulteration on May 22!
Rick Piccolo presents Comparison of Three Nuclear Plant Accidents: Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and Fukushima on May 29!
Join us as we explore the hottest, messiest, and loudest traditions of summer - July 8 - 12!
Join us in celebrating the anniversary of the moon landing with some blast your socks off science - July 15 - 19!
Join us as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first manned landing on the moon on July 19!
Your letter has arrived and you have been accepted to the Museum’s School of Wizardry - July 22 - 26!
Tap into your inner creator at the Science Museum of Virginia’s new maker space, The Forge - July 29 - August 2!
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No! It’s a SuperHERO Scientist! Spend a week testing our Hero’s favorite powers - August 5 - 9!
Become a storm chaser as we revisit some of history’s most daunting natural disasters - August 12 - 16!
See what you can create with hundreds of pounds of play dough on August 16!