Upcoming Events and Programs

 

Take a docent-led, fact-filled, fun, guided tour of the Museum exhibits.
Join us for a casual discussion followed by a themed tour. Limited to 15 people and includes coffee, light refreshments, and Museum
STARTUP for Students! Explore the Museum's STARTUP: Albuquerque and the Personal Computer Revolution Gallery. The NM Highlands University Department of Media Arts & Technology, at The Museum, is offering four workshops.
Take a docent-led, fact-filled, fun, guided tour of the Museum exhibits.
Join us on this special one-day raft trip on the Rio Grande in Northern New Mexico.
Take a docent-led, fact-filled, fun, guided tour of the Museum exhibits.
Join members of The Albuquerque Astronomical Society and study the moon in the museum's observatory.
We are honored to have world-renowned paleontologist, Steve Brusatte, visit the Museum on May 26. Don't miss out on meeting him and hearing about his recent collaboration on the new giant screen adventure, Walking with Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Planet 3D now showing at the DynaTheater.
Girl Scouts Innovate and Create Camp For young women in grade 6-12 current Girl Scouts and non-Girl Scouts are both invited to attend.
Join us for a family rafting adventure next summer! We'll float 26 miles between Bluff and Mexican Hat, Utah.
New Mexico scientists highlight their science and how it has evolved over the past century.
Ages 3 through 5 with adults Explore air in its most tangible form - wind - by feeling it, making it, and seeing its effects on other objects
International SUNday encourages participants to share their creative photos, drawings, and thoughts about the sun on social media sites.
Girl Scouts Innovate and Create Camp For young women in grade 6-12 current Girl Scouts and non-Girl Scouts are both invited to attend.
Join members of The Albuquerque Astronomical Society and study the moon in the museum's observatory.
Girl Scouts Innovate and Create Camp For young women in grade 6-12 current Girl Scouts and non-Girl Scouts are both invited to attend.
Since New Mexico astronomer Clyde Tombaugh discovered Pluto in 1930, relatively few details have been discovered about the dwarf planet because it?s the only major object in the solar system that has not been visited by a robotic explorer. That?s about to change as the New Horizon spacecraft soars through the outer solar system this year.
New Mexico scientists highlight their science and how it has evolved over the past century.
Ages 3 through 5 with adults Explore air in its most tangible form - wind - by feeling it, making it, and seeing its effects on other objects
Join members of The Albuquerque Astronomical Society and study the moon in the museum's observatory.
Join other educators in getting to know this amazing hands-on, K-12 interdisciplinary curriculum about the Middle Rio Grande bosque ecosystem at the Rio Grand Nature State Park.
New Mexico scientists highlight their science and how it has evolved over the past century.
Adult Class Paper Creative Wire: Minerals and Jewelry. Learn a few fun things about New Mexico's natural world from a geologist's perspective and then to create your own handcrafted wire jewelry that will showcase these gems of the earth.
Join us for a casual discussion followed by a themed tour. Limited to 15 people and includes coffee, light refreshments, and Museum

 

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