A new film about sea turtles and other family friendly happenings at the Fleet
AT THE FLEET
DIVE INTO A NEW OCEAN FILM
Come along on a fantastic underwater voyage whenTurtle Odysseyopens at the Fleet. You'll follow an Australian green sea turtle named Bunji as she hatches from her egg on a beach and makes her way to the water for an epic ocean journey. Along the way she'll encounter all sorts of amazing undersea life before making it back to the very same beach she hatched on, to lay her own eggs.
The opening of Turtle Odyssey means we need to say goodbye to Great Barrier Reef. Your last chance to see it in the Heikoff Giant Dome Theater is Thursday, July 4.
BACK TO THE MOON
July 20 is the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo Moon landing. Celebrate at the Fleet! See space films in the Heikoff Giant Dome Theater, design and launch a stomp rocket in Studio X and more. Most activities are included with admission.
TWO NEW SPACE EXPERIENCES AT THE FLEET
July is jam-packed with new offerings at the Fleet! Sun, Earth, Universe is a new 500-square-foot exhibition that will connect you with current NASA science research and invite you to explore our galaxy ... and beyond. The Virtual Reality (VR) Transporter is a new, immersive virtual reality experience that will have you whisking through space, swimming in a prehistoric ocean or stepping out for a spacewalk. The exhibition and the attraction both premiere at the Fleet on Saturday, July 20.
SUMMER CAMPS ARE HERE
It's officially summertime and that means that the Fleet's summer science camps are in full swing. If your kids are bored at home, sign them up for camps like Unseen Science, Women Scientists in Action, Maker Camp or ThoughtSTEM coding camps. Curious kids will be happy campers at the Fleet.
DISCOVER THE HUMAN MICROBIOME
Millions of organisms are swimming around inside you ... and they can affect everything from digestion to mood to immunity. Join Dr. Pedro J. Torres, Ph.D., at Suds & Sciencefor a discussion about what we currently know about the role of the human microbiome and what we one day hope to learn.