Discovery Museums Acton

The Discovery Museums Celebrate 30 Years of Inspiring Curiosity

Discovery Museums Acton

The Museums Kick Off Twelve Months of Special Programs and Events

Master Plan for Expansion Underway 

The Discovery Museums in Acton announced today a 12-month celebration of its 30th anniversary marked by special programs, events, discounts and prizes.

  • The celebration kicked off with a two-day party for dinosaur mascot Bessie’s 30th birthday in June, attended by more than 1,000 people.
  • This fall the Museums will hold an anniversary gala hosted by NPR’s Robin Young, and during a week in September will roll back to the 1982 admission price of $2.00.
  • There will be a special members-only event tied to a new science exhibit opening in December, and on the 30th of each month all visitors can be entered into a drawing for a free membership.
  • Free admission will be offered on Friday nights all summer and the first Friday of every month.

A master plan for expansion of the facilities on the 4.5-acre campus is currently underway, with objectives to expand permanent exhibit space, create a gallery space for traveling exhibits and public events, and build-out the Museums’ outdoor education space.

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