Three Levels of Exhibits invite you to Touch wonder!
Now Open, Limited Engagement
Wildlife Rescue presents topics and themes important to the health of habitats and the ecosystems of our planet. Step into the rescue efforts with people who dedicate their lives to Wildlife Rescue.
Opening May 25, 2013
A terrible crime has been committed and Victorian London's most celebrated detective needs your help to find out "whodunit"! Test your powers of observation and deductive reasoning.
You’re the dinosaur hunter as you dig for bones, work in the field lab, examine full size skeletons, and travel a timeline from Paleozoic to Present.
Live Maryland crustaceans and their fellow Chesapeake citizens inhabit this watery exhibit.
Monitor earthquake activity around the globe, see your house from space, touch a tornado!
Explore the extraordinary, cool, and sometimes gross things your body does every day.
Zoom into your own body to see the different cells that make up your heart, brain and bones. These trillions of cells are communicating with each other every moment of our lives.
Explore human bones and organs. Third graders and up can don lab coats and conduct real laboratory experiments.
Watch launches of rockets, track satellites, drive a Mars Rover, and more in a “Mission Control” style setting.
Is there anybody out there? Life Beyond Earth—a new permanent exhibit—helps guests understand what the search for life beyond earth might reveal.