March 3rd to June 3rd
Welcome to the world of Grossology: The Impolite Science of the Human Body. Based on the 1992 book by the same name, this science-in-disguise exhibit is the place where kids can get answers to many of the slimy, oozy, crusty and stinky questions they love to ask about the human body.
With over 20 wildly animated and animatronic interactive displays and games, kids and adults will learn about the different systems and organs of the body that are responsible for things like; runny noses, sneezes, boogers, pimples, warts, scabs, vomit, burps, gas, food digestion, body odors, and more!
Grossology will be open to the general public as well as available for group and school field trips. For group and school field trip rates and reservations please call the admissions desk at 806-745-2525 x234.
Grossology is sponsored in part by the Helen Jones Foundation.
The Helen Jones Foundation
January 27th – Mid June
These amazing & simple wooden planks can bring a fun educational experience to children of all ages! Kids can enjoy creating original works of art and building with their own hands. From massive towers, to cleverly constructed objects, this stealth learning experience helps children overcome obstacles that arise in the building process using principles of geometric shapes, balance, proportion, & much more. Also, be inspired by the pre-existing, amazing structures displayed in the exhibit.
Parents love Keva Planks too! They’re hard to resist and many parents find the experience of building with their children incredibly fulfilling. Come by the Science Spectrum and experience Keva Planks for yourself soon!
KEVA Planks are included with standard museum admission!