The Philadelphia Science Festival is an annual nine-day celebration of any and all things Science that takes place all over Philly. Starting April 21st and ending on April 29th, the festival will have over 80 events, ranging from learning about the science behind making the perfect chocolate chip cookie to learning about how to be a paleontologist. Everyone can find something they’re interested in!
The festival will wrap up on April 29th with the Science Carnival at Penn’s Landing. This is a whole day of fun starting at 10am and ending at 4pm which is free to all that want to stop by. Throughout the day there will be exciting demonstrations, live experiments, educational games, and fun for the whole family!
So come out this week, bring the family and learn something new! There’s even some activities for adults like the Fishtown Science Crawl, an educational and entertaining bar crawl, a cocktail lab specializing in rum, and a murder mystery party hosted by the famous Mütter Museum. A majority of the events are free of charge, and within 30 minutes from Siena Place by car. More information about individual events, times, places, prices, and more can be found here: http://bit.ly/1keHFbX