Bishop Museum is hosting a day of family-friendly science and environmental activities.  Reduced Admission is $5 all day for kama‛āina and military with valid ID.

Bishop Museum’s researchers and staff from the various Natural Science departments along with local scientific and environmental partner organizations will inspire keiki through the biography of Hawaiʻi, the importance of native species, and engage and explore the biodiversity of the Hawaiʻi Island chain.

Collection managers from Bishop Museum’s Botany, Entomology, Malacology, Ichthyology, Invertebrate Zoology, Vertebrate Zoology, and Archaeology will answer questions and engage families with their collections, hands-on activities, and field research.

Fall in Love with Science is a unique call to action to create excitement where STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) activities are front and center at this family-friendly interactive event.

Join us and Fall in Love with Science at Bishop Museum!

  • Like and share Fall in Love with Science on social media

    • Like and repost us on Facebook

    • Follow @BishopMuseum on Twitter

    • Tag your photos @BishopMuseum on Instagram

    • Follow @BishopMuseum on Snapchat

    • Watch Bishop Museum videos on YouTube

    • Watch #ScienceNeverSleeps every Friday with science educator, Hadley Andersen and our weekly #ScienceSaturday posts leading up to the event.

    • Use the hashtag #FallinlovewithScience and #BishopMuseum to talk about STEM and the causes and organizations you support.

  • If your organization would like to support this educational event through a donation or sponsorship, please review the sponsorship options.
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