You have never had a science class like this before. Register to participate in these unique science experiences in which participants learn and conduct the work of actual scientists. Investigate the anatomy of a shark, sea star, cow eyes, and more through dissection; perform the work of ecologists and biologists; design and engineer the future; and see what kind of chemistry you can cook up in the kitchen.
Classes are every Friday at 1:00PM - 2:00PM beginning June 16 through August 11, 2017. They will be held at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum (900 Las Vegas Blvd. North, 89101). Science Classes are free with Museum admission.
Las Vegas Natural History Museum Admission:
Space is limited so registration is required for anyone attending the class. Age restrictions may apply, see schedule for details.
Registration Opens on Wednesday, May 31.
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Fetal Pig Dissection Observation