Tonight at Liberty Science Center we’re celebrating the 90th birthday of Josh Weston, co-chair of the LSC Board of Trustees and friend and longtime supporter of the Science Center. Follow us here on Instagram, as well as on Twitter and Facebook, for live photos and videos from the event!
We’re so excited to debut our brand new Sensory Map! This map identifies areas in the building with bright lights, high volume, tight spaces, strong smells, live animals, and other points to help guests better plan their visits. We unveiled the map yesterday at our Special Needs Day event! You can download the Sensory Map at any time via LSC.org/accessibility.
Would you ever eat ice cream with crickets and mealworms as toppings? Or how about ice cream made with liquid nitrogen? Try them both on Dec. 20 at #LSCAfterDark : Winter Wonderland and discover the innovative ways that chefs are creating ice cream! 😋🍦 Link in bio for tickets.
Taking @strainslayer precaution into effect. 🙏
Im about to try #libertysciencecenter concentrate. Their glass does feel flimsier than others I have worked with. Did about a 2 min dip before applying. The grip feels smaller on these also but maybe my imagination but im not in the mood to carve a tribal scar tattoo in my finger, like what it did to strain 😂 hope its feeling better bud!
Your family has never looked cooler than when you're standing in a dark, mysterious alley with the moonlight shining above. Take a photo on the streets of 1890s London before you enter our new Sherlock exhibition!
Time is running out! Our saber-making class in the MakerLab begins this Saturday. Use 3D printers and other programming tools to become the Jedi master you were always meant to be. Get details on how to sign up at LSC.org/saberclass.
CONGRATS @nasa! They just had their first Mars landing in six years! This is the first photo taken by the NASA InSight, which will spend the next few years investigating the interior of the Red Planet. Visit LSC.org/blog to learn more.
Congrats NASA! This afternoon, the NASA InSight lander successfully arrived on the Red Planet (no easy feat!). This will be the first ever mission to investigate the interior of Mars. Interested in learning more? We’re covering this story throughout the week in our all-live planetarium show, “Wonders of the Night Sky,” playing daily in the Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium, the biggest planetarium in the Western Hemisphere.
Freshman St. Brigid Society students visited Liberty Science Center to attend the “Live from Robotic Surgery” program on October 17, 2018. Our students watched a live-streamed video of a doctor using the da Vinci Robotic Surgery System to remove a tumor from a kidney. They were then able to explore the other exhibits at Liberty Science Center. 🤖💙🦅💡🔬🔭