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Hakuna matata! On the heels of the new Lion King movie, our next LSC After Dark event for guests 21 and over is “Born to Be Wild” on July 18, 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Click here for tickets.
Don’t miss this ultimate safari adventure! If you don’t have your tickets yet, let us convince you. Here are 15 reasons you can’t miss LSC After Dark: Born to Be Wild:
Have you ever eaten an insect before? It’s really not that gross – and millions of people across the world do it!
Head over to our Pride Lands Fair and show your friends how brave you are by trying an insect at the Bug Buffet. In the past, we’ve given out yummy crickets and grasshoppers. See what we have in store for you this month!
Our popular summer adventure, Dino Dig, is back for the season. In our outdoor dig site, you’ll channel your inner paleontologist by uncovering 60+ fossils, including T-rex bones and teeth, a 6-foot-long Triceratops skull, and even a dragonfly fossil.
This month, enjoy a beer tasting and specialty cocktail bar courtesy of Blue Moon! They’re joining us in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing, when humans stepped on the Moon for the first time.
We’re also serving Lion King-inspired cocktails throughout the night, including the “Hakuna Matata,” “Sahara Sunset,” “Jungle Juice,” and “Be Prepared.” Dare to try them all?
Our newest premium exhibition is Sean Kenney’s Art Made with LEGO® Bricks! See 1+ million LEGO pieces come together to create jaw-dropping sculptures of wild animals, all created by Brooklyn artist Sean Kenney.
The exhibition also includes a hands-on play zone where you can dream up and build your own wild creations using LEGO bricks. Be sure to share your creations with us using hashtag #MadeAtLSC!
Sean Kenney’s Art Made with LEGO® Bricks is available for an additional $6.
Picasso? Van Gogh? None of them can match the artistic talents of our Madagascar hissing cockroaches! Watch them get their legs painted with non-toxic paint, and then create a gorgeous work of art right in front of your eyes. We’re even giving away some paintings for guests to take home!
Before the new Lion King movie comes out, test your Disney knowledge at our Disney trivia competition, led by our friends from Trivia A.D.!
Join the fun at 6:30 pm or 8:00 pm.
Midnight Market returns again this month with delicious food from local vendors, at only $5 per plate. Cash only, please!
Head to LSC’s Eat and Be Eaten exhibition and meet animal species that originate from the African savanna, including the fascinating naked mole rats! Did you know these creatures are unusually healthy (they can live up to 32 years) and almost never get cancer?
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing, experience our new planetarium show, Apollo to the Moon, in LSC’s Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium, the biggest planetarium in the Western Hemisphere!
Explore the events leading up to the historic “Space Race,” including the launch of Soviet satellite Sputnik 1, President John F. Kennedy’s famous speech at Rice University, and America’s very first mission to get a human in space.
You can experience Apollo to the Moon when you make an additional $5 donation to support our programs for 91,000 students from at-risk communities. (Please make your donation in person at the event.)
Catch the show at 7:00 pm and 8:30 pm.
“Rocket Man” and “Space Oddity” are just a few of the space-themed songs you’ll hear in our Out of This World Laser Show! Rock out to new and classic hits set to high-tech lasers in the LSC Giant Dome Theater, all while celebrating 50 years since man first stepped on the Moon.
Like the Apollo to the Moon planetarium show, the laser show is available when you make an additional $5 donation to support our programs for 91,000 students from at-risk communities. (Please make your donation in person at the event.)
Catch the show at 7:45 pm and 9:15 pm.
Wrap with care...save the polar bear! Pick up your free endangered species condoms distributed by the Center for Biological Diversity, and learn how human population growth and overconsumption contribute to environmental issues like the species extinction crisis, habitat loss, and climate change.
Learn about the Scriptertainment app that allows screenwriters and playwrights to sell their scripts as literature directly to readers – a totally innovative way to get stories told!
Then learn from AeroFarms how their aeroponic technology provides the best conditions for healthy plants to thrive, taking indoor vertical farming to a new level of precision and productivity with minimal environmental impact and virtually zero risk.
Did you know The Lion King spun-off into a TV series called The Lion Guard, starring Kion, the son of Simba and Nala? At LSC After Dark: Born to Be Wild, be sure to stop by our Lion Guard exhibit, based on the show!
In this interactive adventure, you’ll protect the Circle of Life and train in the Lion Guard’s secret lair. Go down the slide, swing on the vine, climb the rock wall, and more!
Show off your roar on the dance floor all night with DJ UFOso!
We can’t wait! Click here to get tickets to LSC After Dark: Born to Be Wild, July 18, 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm.