Staying in town for spring break? Looking for something fun to do? Stop by the Montana Natural History Center for some FREE activities for your elementary school-aged kids from 10:00-11:00 a.m. during spring break week!
Tuesday, March 21st: Learn about outrageous owls!
What do they eat? How do they find their prey? What makes them unique? Join us to learn the answers to these questions and more!
Wednesday, March 22nd: Join us for a backyard birding bash!
We’ll get out binoculars and learn about our backyard birds. What birds can we find this time of year? What do they sound like? How many can we see and hear?
Thursday, March 23rd: We’ll become explorers!
With Lewis & Clark as inspiration, we’ll put on our explorer hats and see what we can find. What can we hear? See? Smell? What can we learn when we look closely at the world around us?
Friday, March 24th: Discover fabulous fossils!
Delve into prehistory by looking at our amazing fossil collection, and learn about the plants and animals that lived millions of years ago!
Join us for one activity, or all four!