$5 per person
School Year Hours: Saturday: 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM & School Breaks*
Explore our hands-on exhibits and weekly themed activities!
November 22: Science Center Thanksgiving! Learn about the turkey, a native bird of America! Find out the difference between a turkey and a chicken!
November 28th and 29th: School Break Special! Thanksgiving is over and it's time to hang our winter lights! Come in to learn about electricity! Who were the scientists that paved the way for modern electronics?
December 6th: Sensory Overload! Test how good your senses are! Can you complete the activities blindfolded? How about with noseplugs? Put all your senses to the test!
December 13th: Holiday Nutrition! Find out what a healthy portion and balanced meal consists of! Test various foods to find nutrition content and examine bone density!
December 20th: Game Day! Stop on down to exercise your brain! Play scientific and mathematically based games!
December 27th-31st: Frozen Over! Saturday– Wednesday! Winter has begun, the snow may be falling and school is out! Learn about crystals and ice formations! Make crystal and snowflake crafts! Create an edible snow man!
January 3: Stop the Flu Frenzy! Cold weather means Flu season; Come in to learn about germs!
January 10: Celestial Celebration! The full moon is approaching; learn its phases. Try our space themed activities, learn about our solar system, and make a moon chart!
January 17: Ancient Egypt! Looking to escape the freezing weather? Let’s spend some time in Egypt at the LISC and learn about this ancient civilization.
January 24: Bone-a-fide Fun! Find out how many bones are in the human body. Learn what your bones say about you. Compare your bones to other animals. Make a Skeleton!
January 31: Under the Sea Special! Swim on down to learn about marine life. Participate in aquatic themed activities and crafts; touch some marine animals!
February 7: Watch for our new Ice Age Theme!
Long Island Science Center's Board of Youth Trustees
The Long Island Science Center will be beginning it's third school year with an Advisory Board of Youth Trustees! The board of young adults from grades 10-12 elected officers, and kept appropriate records for their meetings. Each meeting of the youth trustees was overseen by the Director and met once a month during the school year. We look forward to a wonderful program this year!
Riverhead High School and the LISC working together
The LISC and RHS are working together again this year! The Riverhead High School’s “Smart Physics” class in conjunction with the Long Island Science Center has begun another year of collaboration. We were so excited to be part of "Smart Physics" again this year!!