Delaware Museum of Natural History

Delaware Museum of Natural History

Delaware Museum of Natural History
Delaware Museum of Natural History
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Space Camp

We're highlighting Space Camp for #SummerCampSunday. Come blast off into outer space to learn about planets, stars, moons, and much more. This camp is out of this world! Available for those who completed kindergarten. Learn more about our camps for kindergarteners: //
Category: Museum & Gardens
Investigate nature and science indoors and outside, with natural history exhibits, STEAM trail, meadow, pollinator garden, Science in Action and Investigation Labs, and more. Gallery highlights include habitats from around the globe and the only permanent dinosaur collection in Delaware.

Museum researchers maintain our expansive collections of mollusks and birds, including the second-largest collection of birds’ eggs in North America. Scientists from around the world visit the Museum to study specimens and request loans to assist them further in their research.

The interactive Nature Nook features hands-on science activities for our youngest guests. Educational programs include summer camp, school tours, community outreach visits, and scout activities. Visitors can view nature films in the Community Room, shop in the Museum Store, or explore our outdoor activities. As a non-profit institution, DMNH relies on the generosity of members, donors, or corporate sponsors to sustain high-quality exhibits and educational programs for the community.
A hidden gem! Well-equipped, family-friendly museum with changing exhibits each quarter. Perfect size for young children to explore both indoors and outdoors. My family loves looking at the dinosaurs and all of the other animals. The museum is also staffed by friendly people who are eager to provide information to guests. A great day of fun & learning! Definitely worth getting a family membership!
Heather Tremonte Yacabell ~ Facebook - February 2, 2019