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Liberty Science Center has an array of exciting and engaging virtual or in-person workshops that offer in-depth science explorations and provide focused learning experiences that go towards completing scouts' badge requirements.
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Please be advised that Liberty Science Center requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination for all visitors age 12 years and older. Click here to learn more.
Think and design like a mechanical engineer by creating a model car and exploring the process of building a rollercoaster.
Explore the basics of coding as you learn how to talk to a computer and give it basic instructions using Scratch.
Think and design like a mechanical engineer by creating a race car and exploring the science of flight.
Learn about Earth’s place in space as we discover how the Earth and moon interact, go on a solar system tour and learn about our planetary neighbors.
Experience cool science activities and investigations you can do with materials found at home.
Learn the basics of coding and understand how women have shaped the world of computer science! Then learn to program an Arduino board using Tinkercad software and put your new skills to the test.
Visualize how big our solar system is and discover different ways scientists explore it.
Take on the role of a mechanical engineer and use the Engineering Design Process while investigating and creating your own invention.
Become a forensic scientist, investigate clues, learn new investigative techniques, and solve our “Case of the Silver Monkey.”
Design custom characters, animations, and behaviors for video games by using the platform Construct 3. This intuitive tool set is limited only by your creativity.
Become a Gotham detective and conduct an investigation and analyze evidence to build a case against one of the city's notorious criminal masterminds before it's too late.
Explore the night sky in our planetarium and learn about stars, constellations, and distant galaxies.
Become a detective and solve a “mock” crime science investigation by learning essential forensics techniques.
Learn how engineers use the engineering design process to develop everyday items using the same process to design and optimize a project.
Explore various chemical processes to understand and explain the interactions materials have when reacting with each other. Prerequisites: 1d, 4a, 4b, 5, 6
Embark on a journey to gain a better understanding of how we study astronomical objects such as the sun, moon, stars, and more. Prerequisites: 1, 5b, 5d, 6d, and 8e
Build the computational thinking skills needed in today’s tech-driven world by designing custom video game characters, animations, and behaviors using the platform Construct 3. Prerequisites: 1, 2, 8. Post-requisites: 6, 7
Identify the major factors, features, and patterns of weather and their role in the climate. Prerequisites: 1, 2, 11. Post requisites: 9a and 10
Take on the role of an architect and a builder as you move a concept from design to model to reality using Tinkercad software. Prerequisites: 1, 2, and 6. Post requisite: 5
Model how engineers utilize the Engineering Design Process to brainstorm and create projects by applying the science of energy and electricity. Prerequisites: 2, 5, 7, 8, 9
Explore a brief history of fingerprinting, make a model of the skin, and experiment with various techniques to collect and analyze fingerprints. Prerequisites: 1, 2.
Learn how to make a simple circuit, understand the differences between DC and AC, and explore and learn about various electrical terms. Prerequisites: 3, 4, 9, 10, 11