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"Science You Can Touch"
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  tots program

Tots-N-Science begins September 18th, every Thursday 10:00 - 11:00 AM. More info

static hair demonstration

A hair-raising experience at HSC. We also feature explosions, fire, creepy things and animals that "hoot" in the night.

 

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Come Visit Us

At HSC you can:

-Create a monster bubble
-View the human body - inside and out
-Hold a huge snake - if you dare
-Make a shadow that sticks to the wall
-Have a birthday party or other event
-Participate in a demonstration
-Buy a cool gift at The Science Store

Science stirs the imagination. It opens minds to new and exciting frontiers, from ridiculously tiny things in an atom to the mind-boggling hugeness of the Universe.

Sometimes it takes a spark to ignite a sleepy imagination to undertake the discovery of things yet to be found, and to understand the complexities of our World.

Headwaters Science Center often provides this spark, offering a unique opportunity for young and old to begin this journey of discovery.

 

Entrance Fees:

  • Adults (12 and up) - $7
  • Seniors (65 or better) and military (with ID) - $6
  • Children ages 2-11 - $5
  • Children under 2 - free

 

Here the often-asked question, “can I touch it?”, is almost always answered with a resounding, “yes”, because Science You Can Touch is the underlying theme of Headwaters Science Center. Become a member of Headwaters Science Center or make a donation. We are affiliated with the Association of Science and Technology Centers Passport Program, providing member benefits to over 300 centers and museums world-wide.

Minnesota Orchestra - Science of Sound

On Wednesday, September 17, the Minnesota Orchestra will visit HSC as part of the Common Chords Bemidji tour. The Brass ensemble joins HSC for a Science of Sound Exploration from 3:30 to 4:30 pm. This event is free and open to the public. A reception at HSC will follow the event.