Public Programs

Public Programs

Public programming reflects, highlights and responds to the exciting topics in focus at NYSCI. On-going research, prototyping as well as temporary and permanent exhibits inform fun and engaging experiences that take the forms of: live auditorium shows, large-scale events and festivals, temporary installations, as well as workshops.

NYSCI actively seeks to work with a variety of institutions, organizations, partner groups and individuals to bring our programming to new audiences and build levels of accessibility.

  • Transportation Day

    Transportation-DayParticipate in hands-activities, workshops and conversations with local organizations to explore a wide variety of transportation methods and technologies.

  • Bug Day

    BugDayBug tastings, a carnivorous plant workshop, and of course, live bugs are all part of the fun at this one-day, annual event!

  • BioBus

    bioTravel into worlds smaller than the eye can see aboard the BioBus, the world’s only state-of-the-art microscope facility housed on a solar-powered 1974 transit bus.

  • BioBus

    bioTravel into worlds smaller than the eye can see aboard the BioBus, the world’s only state-of-the-art microscope facility housed on a solar-powered 1974 transit bus.

  • BioBus

    bioTravel into worlds smaller than the eye can see aboard the BioBus, the world’s only state-of-the-art microscope facility housed on a solar-powered 1974 transit bus.

  • BioBus

    bioTravel into worlds smaller than the eye can see aboard the BioBus, the world’s only state-of-the-art microscope facility housed on a solar-powered 1974 transit bus.

  • BioBus

    bioTravel into worlds smaller than the eye can see aboard the BioBus, the world’s only state-of-the-art microscope facility housed on a solar-powered 1974 transit bus.

  • BioBus

    bioTravel into worlds smaller than the eye can see aboard the BioBus, the world’s only state-of-the-art microscope facility housed on a solar-powered 1974 transit bus.

  • BioBus

    bioTravel into worlds smaller than the eye can see aboard the BioBus, the world’s only state-of-the-art microscope facility housed on a solar-powered 1974 transit bus.

  • Science in the Park

    Science in the ParkFree science activities in Alley Pond Park in Little Neck, Queens will take place on eight Sundays in May and June.

  • NYSCI After Dark

    ADAn event series that allows adults an opportunity to enjoy the museum after hours and without younger museumgoers.

  • Designing the Future of Science Discovery

    Screen Shot 2015-06-01 at 10.06.45 AMNYSCI's inaugural design fellow who's changing the way kids connect with science and making.