Events 2021

Super Science Saturdays Return!

Every month this year, the Museum & Science Center will have a program for families to enjoy a different nature related topic. See below for our schedule.

  • The program is included with the price of admission. Admission is $2 per person.
  • Our open hours are 12pm until 4pm each Saturday.
  • A take home craft is available upon request for $1.
  • All visitors are welcome to a small free gift from us as a thank you for visiting the Iron Hill Museum & Science Center.


February 13th, 2021 – For the Love of Nature

Visitors will learn about the symbiotic relationships in nature. Do animals mate for life? What does that mean and why would it be advantageous to do so? Come and discover symbols of love in nature by looking at colors, shapes, designs, and behaviors. Program comes with the price of admission. We are adhering to Covid restrictions. Make sure to wear a mask!

March 13th, 2021 – State Pride

Ever wonder what the Delaware State Symbols are? State symbols include flowers, fossils, mammals, insects, etc.. Why were they chosen by your state? What is special about the state of Delaware’s geology/geography? We are adhering to Covid restrictions. Make sure to wear a mask!

April 17th, 2021 – Give, Grow, & Learn: An Earth Day Celebration

The environment is a beautiful and busy place, where all ecological systems are connected together in cycles. Some of those cycles include the water cycle, the carbon cycle, the nitrogen cycle, and life cycles. Protecting our environment is important for everyone, from kids to adults! Learn what you can do to help your environment by knowing how to recycle and conserve, finding out what recourses are, looking at helpful plants for your yard, and learning what are new innovations in technology that are environmentally friendly. We are adhering to Covid restrictions. Make sure to wear a mask!

May 15th, 2021 – Songs of Spring

What is special about spring compared to other seasons? What are some indicators that spring has come and what does it look like here at Iron Hill and at home? Come and experience the sights, sounds, and smells of spring, and learn the changes that occur globally during spring. We are adhering to Covid restrictions. Make sure to wear a mask!

Interior of the Iron Hill Science Center.
Interior of Iron Hill Science Center– Maureen Zieber