Museum of Science and Industry
Visiting Chicago’s museums is an enriching experience, but it can be prohibitively expensive. Most area museums schedule free days each year, and Illinois residents can take advantage of extra discounts. Read on for a round up of free days for the rest of 2011 – now you’ll know where to go the next time you have an unexpected day off.
The Museum of Science and Industry says there is no doubt you’ll be blown away by “the thinks you can think” as you explore the wacky mind of Theodor Seuss Geisel, known to most people as the legendary Dr. Seuss.
A digital media analyst from the Uptown neighborhood will become the second person to spend a month as a full-time resident of the Museum of Science and Industry.
The field has been narrowed down six contestants vying for a chance to live inside the Museum of Science and Industry.
Chicago school students are getting freebies, but they have to earn them.
The third installment of the “Body Worlds” exhibit will close this coming Monday at the Museum of Science and Industry, but the museum will keep the exhibit open for extended hours for anyone who missed it.
The Museum of Science and Industry is now accepting applications again for its second “Month at the Museum” contest.
A woman and a child are hospitalized in good condition after the vehicle they were in plunged into a lagoon near the Museum of Science and Industry Saturday morning in the Hyde Park neighborhood.
The “Month at the Museum” contest is back this year at the Museum of Science and Industry.
The top 300 science projects from Chicago Public School students in grades 7 through 12 were on display this weekend at the Museum of Science and Industry.
For a third time, the celebrated “Body Worlds” exhibit is back at the Museum of Science and Industry.
A documentary filmmaker used an armored truck to get himself inside a tornado while shooting “Tornado Alley” which is now showing in IMAX at the Museum of Science and Industry.
The Museum of Science and Industry is offering free general admission every weekday through the rest of January.
There aren’t many museums in the city where things feel larger than life. If you have children who love being hands on, then you need to take them to the largest science center in the Western Hemisphere.
Kate McGroarty’s month as a resident of the Museum of Science and Industry is coming to an end today.
What is it about little kids and trains? Children’s literature and television is full of fictional trains from The Little Engine That Could, Thomas the Tank Engine, to newer efforts, like PBS Kids’ show “Dinosaur […]
The end is approaching for Andersonville teacher Kate McGroarty’s month-long stay at the Museum of Science and Industry.
In the three weeks since Kate McGroarty has moved into the Museum of Science and Industry, she has slept inside the museum’s World War II German submarine, decorated Christmas trees with Chicago Blackhawk Tomas Kopecky and watched sunrise on the roof.
If you go to the Museum of Science and Industry today, you just might run into Blackhawks center Tomas Kopecky.
Visitors to the South Side’s Hyde Park neighborhood this weekend will find quite the assortment of Halloween thrills – whether innocent family fun or chilling real-life sites.