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The Intrepid Museum has launched a robust schedule of interactive programs highlighted by daily livestreams on Twitch, YouTube and Facebook. The programming will leverage the Museum’s unique position at the intersection of history, science, technology and innovation. Delivered by a combination of in-house experts and special guests, the content will feature:
  • Interactive conversations with astronauts, scientists, astronomers, aviation experts and other guests
  • Opportunities to discover the science, technology and stories behind some of the world’s most fascinating aircraft, spacecraft, ships and submarines such as the space shuttle Enterprise, British Airways Concorde and the famed Lockheed A-12
  • Behind-the-scenes looks at the Museum and its artifacts including little seen and off-limits to the public areas
  • A chance to follow along with the process of maintaining and restoring our famed aircraft collection

Highlighted Events



Every Tuesday and Thursday
3:00pm – 4:00pm ET


Intrepid Adventures
Family Program

Interact with Museum Educators for an exciting learning experience
Ages 10-18
 

Monday, February 15 – Friday, February 19
10:00am – 3:00pm ET Daily


Virtual Kids Week

Experience the Museums annual Kids Week virtually where science, technology, engineering, arts, math and fun take center stage. View the full schedule.

All Ages


Thursday, February 18,
5:30pm-7:00pm ET


Preparing for Launch: Assembling the Artemis Rocket

A pre-show will take place at 5:00pm ET with an interactive origami rocket folding demonstration,from Intrepid Museum Educator and Lead Teaching Artist, Elyisa Segal.
Ages 10+

Upcoming Streams


 
Sunday, February 16
10:00am – 5:00pm: All Day Activities by:
Dazzling Discoveries, Puppetry Arts Theater, OrigamiUSA,The Museum of Interesting Things, Story Pirates,
Brooklyn Music School
11:00am: Storytime performance with Paddington Bear
11:00am-4:00pm (every half hour): Pop-Up Planetarium Show led by Museum Educators
12:00pm: Storytime performance with Paddington Bear (Intrepid Members Only Perk!)
12:00pm: Presentation by author/illustrator Drew Brockington- CatStronauts
1:00pm & 4:00pm: WonderSpark Puppets: Puppet Show
2:00pm: Performance: Joshua David Stein and The Band Books
3:00pm: Intrepid Education Demonstration
4:00 pm: Performance by the Brooklyn Music School
Highlights
Presentation by Author/Illustrator Drew Brockington- CatStronauts Prepare for Launch
Discover how the past, present, and future of NASA continues to inspire the
CatStronauts graphic novel series. Followed by book signing

Storytime performance with Paddington Bear:
Paddington Bear Gets in a Jam: Paddington Bear comes to life with this special storytime performance
Monday, February 17
10:00am – 5:00pm: All Day Activities by:
Dazzling Discoveries, Stamford Museum & Nature Center, Two by Two Zoo, Wildlife Conservation Society,
The Museum of Interesting Things, The Climate Museum
11:00am: Intrepid Education Demonstration
11:00am: Presentation by Author/Illustrator Drew Brockington- CatStronauts (Intrepid Members Only Perk!)
11:00am-4:00pm (every half hour): Pop-Up Planetarium Show led by Museum Educators
12:00pm: Presentation by Author/Illustrator Author Drew Brockington- CatStronauts
12:30pm & 2:30pm: Workshop by The Climate Museum
1:00pm: Live Animal Demonstration by the Two by Two Zoo
2:00pm & 4:00pm: Performance by: The Gazillion Bubble Show
3:00pm: Presentation by the Stamford Museum & Nature Center
Highlights
Presentation by the Stamford Museum & Nature Center
Edible Insects program: covering the who, what, when, where, and whys of
eating bugs and will feature some live invertebrates.

Gazillion Bubble Show: learn about the science behind bubbles with this interactive performance.
Tuesday, February 18
10:00am – 5:00pm: All Day Activities by:
Dazzling Discoveries, Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo, Two by Two Zoo,
Billion Oyster Project, Stamford Museum & Nature Center, NASA, The Museum of Interesting Things,
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
11:00am & 3:00pm: Performance by the Wildlife Theater Group
11:00am-4:00pm (every half hour): Pop-Up Planetarium Show led by Museum Educators
12:00pm & 4:00pm: Live Animal Demonstration by Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo
12:30pm & 3:30pm: Workshop by the Billion Oyster Project
1:00pm: Intrepid Education Demonstration
2:00pm: Live Animal Show by the Two by Two Zoo
Highlights
Live Animal Demonstration by Beardsley Zoo: Colossal Miniature Critters
Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo will embark on a journey through the world of invertebrates. Experience life as a praying mantis and discover what it takes to survive in the wild. Come explore the realm of insects, uncover mysteries of the miniature world and learn how you can help save wildlife.

Presentation by the Wildlife Theater Group:
Super Shark’s Ocean Adventure: Join Wildlife Theater as we dive into the ocean right off our coast to
explore the wonderful diversity of life in our own backyard! From sharks to jellyfish to sea turtles,
our superhero SuperShark will meet and protect them all! Learn how easy it is to become an Ocean Protector!
Wednesday, February 20
Special Events
ASL-interpreted Tour: Astronauts Aboard Intrepid
10:00am, Hangar 2 : Information Desk: Uncover Intrepid’s role in the early space program with a Museum Educator and ASL interpreters. Explore the space shuttle orbiter Enterprise and replica space capsules. Advance registration required. Click here to register
Tour Guide Talk | Launching into History: Mercury
11:00am, Hangar 2 : Learn about Project Mercury, the birth of NASA, the design of manned spacecraft and the brave astronauts who flew the missions.
Science Demonstration | Blast Off! Launching the Space Shuttle
11:45am, Space Shuttle Pavilion : Discover the forces at work as Museum educators launch air-powered rockets.
Pop-Up Planetarium Show | Giant Leaps: Exploration in the Space Age
1:15pm–4:15pm (every hour), Hangar 3 Rotunda : Journey from the edge of the atmosphere to the edge of the observable universe as you follow the story of space exploration. Space is limited, Seating is on the floor, but stools are available upon request.
Kerbal Space Academy: Launch a Rocket!
1:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:00pm & 4:00pm, Space Shuttle Pavilion : All ages can learn the basics of building and launching a rocket with KSA instructor Das Valdez in this 30 minute interactive presentation using the educational game Kerbal Space Program..
Tour Guide Talk | Mars: Journey to the Red Planet
2:30pm, Space Shuttle Pavilion : Learn about NASA’s successful missions to the red planet over the past 50 years and how astronauts will get there in the future.
Tour Guide Talk | Focus on Hubble
3:30pm, Space Shuttle Pavilion : Hear about the five bold missions to repair the Hubble Space Telescope and the scientific discoveries it has made possible.
Family Astronomy Night
6:45pm–10:00pm, Hangar Deck and Flight Deck : Hear talks by scientists, stargaze on the flight deck, and see shows in our pop-up planetarium. Click here to register
 

 

All-Day Activities (10:00am–5:00pm)
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Pier : Explore the solar system in virtual reality.
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Hangar 3: Exoplanet Exploration, Solar System, Mars and Voyager Programs.
New York Institute of Technology
Pier 86 : Hands-on STEM activities.
3Dux Design
Pier 86 : Build your own rocket ship!
U.S. Space & Rocket Center: Space Camp
Pier 86: Take a ride on the multi-axis trainer and feel what it’s like to reenter the Earth’s atmosphere.
 
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope
Hangar 3 : Interactive activities sharing space science and engineering
CUNYSAT-1 Lab
Pier 86 : See Medgar Evers College’s CubeSAT nanosatellite lab interactive display.
Education Zone Activities
Pier 86 : Create your own constellation, see a Mars landscape in 3D, and complete an obstacle course wearing space goggles.
NASA's Kevin Hussey
Space Shuttle Pavilion : Explore the universe with NASA’s Eyes.
Self-Guided Visits
K–12 student groups can experience all the excitement of the Space & Science Festival during free self-guided experiences. Select FREE Space & Science Self-Guide when making a reservation. Register in advance here.
PURCHASE TICKETS
PURCHASE TICKETS
Wednesday, February 19
10:00am – 5:00pm: All Day Activities by:
Dazzling Discoveries, Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo, Two by Two Zoo, Billion Oyster Project,
Stamford Museum & Nature Center, NASA, The Museum of Interesting Things
11:00am & 3:00pm: Performance by the Wildlife Theater Group
11:00am-4:00pm (every half hour): Pop-Up Planetarium Show led by Museum Educators
11:30am Live Animal Show by the Two by Two Zoo (Intrepid Members Only Perk!)
12:00pm & 4:00pm: Live Animal Demonstration by Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo
12:30pm & 3:30pm: Workshop by the Billion Oyster Project
1:00pm: Intrepid Education Demonstration
2:00pm: Live Animal Show by the Two by Two Zoo
Highlights
Two by Two Zoo
Wild World of Animals Exhibit: kangaroo (juvenile), bearded dragon, tortoise,
chinchilla, alligators (juvenile), ball python, hissing cockroaches.

Live Animal Demonstration by Beardsley Zoo: Colossal Miniature Critters
Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo will embark on a journey through the world of invertebrates. Experience life as a praying mantis and discover what it takes to survive in the wild. Come explore the realm of insects, uncover mysteries of the miniature world and learn how you can help save wildlife.
Thursday, February 20
10:00am – 5:00pm: All Day Activities by:
Dazzling Discoveries, Math Matters to Me, Cornell University, Cooperative Extension 4-H Youth Development,
NASA Goddard,NASA Johnson Space Center, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Curious On Hudson,
Columbia University: Engineering Division,The Museum of Interesting Things, Cosmos Project: NYC Tandon
and Columbia Engineering
11:00am-4:00pm (every half hour): Pop-Up Planetarium Show led by Museum Educators
12:00pm & 2:00pm: Presentation by Mad Science
12:30pm & 2:30pm: Workshop by Curious-on-Hudson
1:00pm: Intrepid Education Demonstration
4:00pm: Presentation by Planetary Geologist Natalie Curren with NASA Goddard
Highlights
Presentation by Mad Science: Marvels of Motion
Isaac Newton would be proud! Come explore his laws of motion with us in this abundantly engaging physics performance. Observe the power of all sorts of forces including gravity, centrifugal force, inertia and much more. Then we’ll harness the power of these forces together to create astonishing jet packs and even a rocket-propelled car! This Mad Science show is sure to please everyone and inspire more imaginative learning in all of our audience members!

Presentation by Planetary Geologist Natalie Curren with NASA Goddard, showing lunar samples from Apollo missions.
Friday, February 21
10:00am – 5:00pm: All Day Activities by:
Dazzling Discoveries, Jupiter Joe's Sidewalk Astronomy, CUNYSAT-1 Lab, Math Matters to Me,
Cornell University Cooperative Extension 4-H Youth Development, NASA Goddard,
NASA Johnson Space Center, Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center, Curious On Hudson,
ROBOFUN, Columbia Space Initiative,The Museum of Interesting Things, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
11:00am: Presentation by NASA Astronaut (TBA) and NASA Flight Director Allison Bolinger
11:00am-4:00pm (every half hour): Pop-Up Planetarium Show led by Museum Educators
12:00pm: Presentation by NYU Instructor Doug Vitarelli: The Evolution of Animation
(Museum members early access)
12:30pm & 3:30pm: Workshop: Rube Goldberg speed building challenge
1:00pm: Intrepid Education Demonstration
1:30pm: Workshop with NASA flight director Allison Bolinger: Build your own space station.
2:00pm: Presentation by NASA Astronaut (Museum members early access)
2:30pm: Workshop by CUNYSAT-1 Lab: Rocket Modeling and Building
3:00pm: Presentation by NASA flight director Allison Bolinger
4:00pm: Presentation by Planetary Geologist Natalie Curren with NASA Goddard
Highlights
Presentation by NASA Astronaut
Learn about life in space from a NASA astronaut, TBD. All ages.
Presentation by NYU Instructor Doug Vitarelli: The Evolution of Animation

Presentation by NASA flight director Allison Bolinger:
From Swimming Pools to Vacuum Chambers: How We Teach Astronauts to Spacewalk.

Learn how Allison prepares astronauts on Earth to perform spacewalks aboard the International Space Station, including demonstrations of spacesuit components and tools and details on the many facilities used for training. Ages 7-12.
Saturday, February 22
10:00am – 5:00pm: All Day Activities by:
Dazzling Discoveries, American Society of Civil Engineers, Jupiter Joe's Sidewalk Astronomy,
CUNYSAT-1 Lab, Math Matters to Me, Cornell University Cooperative Extension 4-H Youth Development,
NASA Goddard, NASA Johnson Space Center, Curious On Hudson, ROBOFUN, Columbia Space Initiative
The Museum of Interesting Things, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
11:00am: Presentation by NASA flight director Allison Bolinger
11:00am-4:00pm (every half hour): Pop-Up Planetarium Show led by Museum Educators
11:00am-4:00pm (every half hour): Pop-Up Planetarium Show led by Museum Educators
12:00pm: Presentation by NASA Astronaut (Museum members early access)
1:00pm: Intrepid Education Demonstration
1:30pm: Workshop with NASA flight director Allison Bolinger: Build your own space station.
2:00pm & 4:00pm: Presentation by Mad Science
2:30pm: Workshop by CUNYSAT-1 Lab: Rocket Modeling and Building
3:00pm: Presentation by NASA Astronaut and NASA Flight Director Allison Bolinger: Spacewalks: A Team Sport
Highlights
Presentation by NASA Astronaut
Learn about life in space from a NASA astronaut, TBD. All ages.

Presentation by NASA flight director Allison Bolinger:
From Swimming Pools to Vacuum Chambers: How We Teach Astronauts to Spacewalk.

Learn how Allison prepares astronauts on Earth to perform spacewalks aboard the International
Space Station, including demonstrations of spacesuit components and tools and details on the
many facilities used for training. Ages 7-12.

Virtual Tour of the Intrepid Museum (All Ages)
Friday, February 26 | 3:00pm – 4:00pm ET
Join a Museum educator on a virtual tour of the Intrepid Museum using the Google Arts and Culture site to explore the history of the ship and the crew who served from 1943-1974.

Streaming Live on
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Aircraft of the Month (All Ages)
Monday, March 1 | 3:00pm – 4:00pm ET
Join the Museum’s Curator of Aviation Eric Boehm as he dives into one of our amazing aircrafts with you. Eric will break down the history, science and technology of the aircraft while taking questions from you. 

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Intrepid Adventures : Intrepid Women! (Ages 5-15)
Tuesday, March 2 | 3:00pm – 4:00pm ET
Join us as we celebrate Women's History Month by highlighting some of the brave, unsung women who paved the way for the inclusion of women in air & space!

Streaming Live on
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Aircraft Restoration LIVE (All Ages)
Wednesday, March 3 | 1:00pm – 2:00pm ET
Go behind the scenes with the aircraft restoration team on the latest project. 

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Intrepid Adventures : High Flying Design (Ages 8-18)
Thursday, March 4 | 3:00pm – 4:00pm ET
Students will discuss the parts of a plane and how nature influences shape and design. Educators will demonstrate the four forces of flight and students will experiment with these concepts before creating their own simple flying machines. Fundamental concepts such as the four forces of flight, Bernoulli's principle and aerodynamics will be discussed.

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Virtual Tour of the Intrepid Museum (All Ages)
Friday, March 5 | 3:00pm – 4:00pm ET
Join a Museum educator on a virtual tour of the Intrepid Museum using the Google Arts and Culture site to explore the history of the ship and the crew who served from 1943-1974. 

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