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The Detroit Science Center is currently closed. All regular programs, events and group trips scheduled during the museum's closure will be rescheduled at a later date. The Detroit Children's Museum, which is no longer affiliated with the Detroit Science Center, has reopened for Detroit Public schools students. For more information, go to www.detroitk12.org/childrensmuseum

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Highlights the week!


Gingerbread House Contest

Make a winter wonderland gingerbread house at home and enter it in a contest at the Detroit Children's Museum. The rules are simple and the prizes are sweet! Learn more here...



Black Holes at the Planetarium

What lurks in the Universe like a fiery cosmic dragon and can devour entire stars once in their grasp? Black Holes! Take a trek and discover what lies deep in the Universe and learn the answers t questions such as: What are they? How are they made? Is the Earth in danger of being pulled into one?

Hubble in IMAX®

Through the power of IMAX®, Hubble will enablemovie-goers to journey through distant galaxies to explore the grandeur and mysteries of our celestial surroundings,and accompany space-walking astronauts as they attempt themost difficult and important tasks in NASA’s history. More...

The Motorsports Hall of Fame of America & Museum is at the Detroit Science Center.

The constantly changing collection features racers from the world of Indy cars, stock cars, TransAm, sprint cars, truck racing, drag racing, and More..

Help Get a Blue Angel @ The DSC

Help the Detroit Science Center

land a Blue Angel

The "Blue Angel" F/A-18 fighter jet will soon land at the Detroit Science Center... We’ve been given an extension of December 31,to raise $100,000, which is the cost of transporting the plane to Detroit from Pensacola, Fla. It would be the first Blue Angel F/A-18 to be displayed in a Michigan museum.


Support the Detroit Science Center

There are so many ways to support the Science Center! Make a donation to help fund a school field trip, volunteer your time as a Pi or Newton Society docent, try you hand at marketing or become a member today and inspire your own little scientists.