Events and programsAt the KU Natural History Museum, we offer dozens of science outreach programs annually in the museum and througout the community. From hands-on activities for families such as Discovery Days to talks for adults such as Science on Tap, there is something for everyone. Browse featured events here or see our full list of programs at our calendar of events.
Stand Up For Science
A Benefit for the KU Natural History Museum
Friday, April 13
Science is key to addressing our complex challenges for advancing human well-being, including sustaining the planet, achieving breakthrough discoveries in energy, medicine and food production, and championing what is fact over what is fake. At the KU Natural History Museum, we know the transformative power of science: our science research, education and outreach experiences inspire creativity and discovery among adults, families and schoolchildren from Kansas and beyond.
On Friday, April 13 we invite you to Stand Up for Science, a benefit for the KU Natural History Museum. At this event, we will transform Abe and Jake's Landing in downtown Lawrence into a virtual natural history museum with food and drink, entertainment, games and activities for adults, and auctions. Tickets available now.