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Be part of Dr. Frankenstein's Lab at Social Science: Experimental on January 26. Perform experiments while discussing responsible innovation and other themes raised in Mary's Shelly's classic novel. Get tickets at

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Discover the wonders of winter with your little one at our January early childhood class that's all about the sights, sounds, and smells the cold weather brings with it. Learn more at

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Control systems like the ones used on the International Space Station at our hands-on Journey to Space exhibition. Get tickets at

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See the Museum as an exhibit itself in a guided Architecture Tour. Learn the reasons behind some of the building's most intriguing design choices. Find dates at

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Take part in "Celestial Stories," an interactive workshop led by Dallas Children's Theater at Discovery Days: Space. December 9, free with general admission.

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Fuel up on ideas at our Homeschool Family Science Day that's all about renewable energies. On January 9, get hands-on at activity stations where you can figure out the best ways to convert plants into fuel, come up with clever ways to store energy, and more! Reserve your spot at http:/...

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At Discovery Days: Space on December 9, you can participate in Astronaut Training Camp! Fill up your space passport by completing missions like building and launching your very own rocket. FREE with general admission — get tickets at
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On the second day of #12DaysOfSenses, celebrating the new exhibition Our Senses: An Immersive Experience, let's talk about turtles. Sea turtles hatch from eggs that are buried on sandy beaches and emerge at night to crawl to the ocean. How do they know which way to go? One theory suggests these reptiles are guided by moonlight reflecting off the sea—and can be thrown off by artificial light on shore. Another theory proposes that certain species of sea turtle use an "internal magnetic compass." Photo: Pixabay

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This wonderful coiled panther pendant was made over 2,000 years ago by the #Scythians. It may have once been inlaid with turquoise. Feline predators were one of the key motifs in Scythian ‘Animal Style’ art, which spanned from the 7th to the 4th century BC. See this and other examples of the craftsmanship of the #Scythians in our special exhibition! There’s one month left to catch this five-star show – book tickets here: This gold plaque has inspired an exquisite brooch in our online shop – browse our range of beautiful brooches here: