Tour the exhibit exclusively with your students, families, and teachers – FOR FREE
Family Science Nights at The Health Museum offer a unique opportunity for your school’s families and teachers to visit the museum and get an exclusive look at our exhibit! Family Science Nights are designed to foster partnerships between teachers, parents, and students, and strengthen parent and family involvement in science exploration and discovery.
Invite your school’s families and teachers to explore our newest exhibit, Drugs: Costs & Consequences – Opening Eyes to the Damage Drugs Cause where it is designed to shed light on the science of drug addiction and the costs of illegal drugs to individuals and have the opportunity to take part in a variety of hands-on science activities and demonstrations.
- A private event for your school or district, for up to 200 people
- Free parking for 60 spots
- Free school bus transportation
- Self-guided exhibit exploration
- Hands on science activities
- Sheep brain dissection demonstrations
- Museum scavenger hunt
- Discovery Science Carts
2024 Available Dates
Saturdays 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
- February 17th
- March 9th
- March 23rd
- April 20th
- May 11th
- May 18th
Book Your Reservation
To reserve your Family Science Night, please submit the reservation form below.
The Drugs: Costs & Consequences exhibit is designed solely for educational purposes by raising awareness on the history, effects, and societal impact of illegal drugs. The focus is on awareness and prevention. is not intended to endorse or promote drug use in any form. To learn more about this exhibit, visit drugexhibit.org. This exhibit is recommended for 4th grade and up.
Eveline AmadorReservations Coordinatorreservations@thehealthmuseum.org713-337-8451
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