Michigan Science Center Offers Free ‘Summer of Science’

Looking to give your kids a science fix? Enjoy free admission to the Michigan Science Center in Detroit and experience all the museum has to offer while at a safe social distance.

The Michigan Science Center (MiSci) is offering free general admission, in partnership with Aramco Americas, through its “Summer of Science” program. Going on now until August 9, Summer of Science allows guests to experience events and exhibitions – at no cost – including interactive exhibits, a STEM playground, live stage shows and Spark!Lab from Smithsonian.

MiSci is requiring guests to adhere to the following requirements, in response to COVID-19: The use of masks, social distancing, and informing staff if they meet health requirements for public entry. Strict building occupancy limits will be enforced. For a complete list of the Michigan Science Center’s COVID-19 policies and procedures, visit mi-sci.org.

Daily Summer of Science tickets are limited; guests are required to register ahead of time. To register, click here.

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