Events & Programs

Science On Wheels

Let us bring Pacific Science Center to you. Science On Wheels travels across the Pacific Northwest with interactive workshops, live stage shows and portable exhibit sets that build excitement for science, math, engineering and more. Programs are designed to support current science standards and range in length from 40 minutes to a full day of exploration and discovery.

Request Your Science On Wheels Program

Register now for the 2019-2020 school year!

Complete this quick online form to begin planning your Science On Wheels visit. After learning more about your interests, we will contact you to plan the Science On Wheels program right for you. To make this process as smooth as possible, we ask that you submit your request at least three weeks prior to your desired program date.

To learn more about Science On Wheels, review our Educator Guide, or choose an option below to see the menu of programs designed for you!

 

Science On Wheels - Local School Programs

Local Schools

For schools in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties, we’ll captivate students with science shows, workshops, exhibit sets, planetariums and after-school workshop series.

Regional Schools

For schools outside of King, Pierce and Snohomish counties, we’ll delight your entire school with a full day of hands-on programs focused on one of our six science themes.

Early Learners

Ignite curiosity and build excitement for science in your earliest learners with age-appropriate live science shows and interactive workshops.

 

Community Events

Engage kids, families and groups in your community with shows, exhibits, workshops and planetariums at your next event.

Fair & Festival Events

Enhance your fairs, festivals or other events with our exciting science shows and interactive exhibits.

Libraries

Spark youth interest in science with fun, hands-on activities designed to strengthen your library program, event or series.

 

Educator e-Newsletter Sign-Up

Questions? Email edprograms@pacsci.org. To learn more about Science On Wheels, review our Frequently Asked Questions.

 

 

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