sciencemuseummn Latest C-14 testing revealed that our mummy, a longtime favorite exhibit with generations of museum visitors, is actually younger than originally thought, dating back to the Greco-Roman period (1st century BCE to 1st century CE, approximately). 1d

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sciencemuseummn On June 2 grab your bike and join us for Social Science: Bike Night! 1w

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sciencemuseummn Today is Minnesota Museum Day. Share and post your favorite museum moment. #MNMuseumDay 1w

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sciencemuseummn How’s this for a unique campout? Explore the galleries after dark, and sleep under the watchful eye of the mighty dinosaurs. Join us for our last Family Fun Camp-In of the year on June 11. 2w

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sciencemuseummn Who better to welcome our new president, Alison Rempel Brown, to the museum and Saint Paul than Garrison Keillor? 3w

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sciencemuseummn May the fourth be with you 3w
  •   shadow_pheonix66 Looks like Commander Cosy on the the left in the orange. 3w

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sciencemuseummn Happy Teacher Appreciation Day! We consider it an honor to work with you in creating the next generation of scientists and innovators. 3w

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sciencemuseummn Featuring never-before-seen mummies from the Field Museum’s world-renowned collection, Mummies: New Secrets from the Tombs combines the ancient past and today’s technology to tell powerful stories of some of the world’s most fascinating cultures. 4w

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sciencemuseummn Because every day should be Earth Day. 1mon

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sciencemuseummn Meet Dr. Kristi Curry Rogers and see the baby Rapetosaurus fossils Saturday from 1-4 p.m. at the museum. 1mon

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sciencemuseummn A purple nebula, in honor of Prince. (via @NASA) 1mon

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sciencemuseummn Treat your Mom to something special! Enjoy a delicious Mother's Day brunch with a beautiful springtime view of the Mississippi River. 1mon

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sciencemuseummn Shots from last night's Social Science: Fermentational Informational are now online! 1mon

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sciencemuseummn Spring! Our apricot and magnolia trees are starting to bloom. 1mon

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sciencemuseummn The museum is thriving, and it is thanks to more than 800 dedicated volunteers. Collectively they have contributed over 60,000 hours of service this year in a variety of capacities. Thank you to all our Science Museum volunteers! We couldn’t do it without you! 1mon

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sciencemuseummn Keep little hands busy and little minds buzzing! Visit on Tuesday mornings and enjoy special activities designed especially for preschoolers. Kids ages five and under are free with paid adult admission for Playdates. 2mon

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sciencemuseummn Discover the spectacular wild places that belong to all of us in the National Parks Adventure Omnitheater film. 2mon

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sciencemuseummn Fill up your glass, then fill up your brain! Social Science: Fermentational Informational is next week. Get your tickets today. 2mon

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sciencemuseummn Have you thought about summer camp this year at the Science Museum? From Wizard School to Scratch, there’s something for everyone from the littlest learners to teenagers. 2mon

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