Scenes from the Stone Age: The Cave Paintings of Lascaux transports visitors to the Lascaux cave in France, where they'll discover prehistoric cave paintings. Walk through a full-sized replica of the cave, meet a lifelike stone-age family and play with interactive displays explaining the life of people who may have inhabited the cave.
Tickets are included in both Discovery and All-Access passes to the museum.Cost:
Delve into the mysterious world of bioluminescence, from the glowworms dangling from the ceiling of New Zealand's famous Waitomo Caves, to the deep-sea fishes that illuminate the perpetually dark depths of the oceans. Discover the variety of ways in which light is used to attract a mate, lure unsuspecting prey, or defend against a predator, and see how scientists study this amazing ability to glow.Cost: Free with admission
The exhibition showcases more than 100 animal specimens that have been preserved through the process of Plastination. From goats to giraffes and octopuses to ostriches, guests will see the inner workings of some of the world's most impressive animals and better understand the evolution of animals and the natural world.Cost:
A new exhibit that explores how food connects us to the natural world and to each other. Sights, smells and tastes benchmark the story of food as it journeys into our stomachs and imagination. Includes hands-on interactives, family activities and active public programs.Cost: Free with admission
Exhibition highlighting the culture of illustration through the talented cartoonists, illustrators and voice actors connected to the Geneva community. Features well-known artists such as Daws Butler, the voice of Yogi Bear and many Hanna Barbera characters, along with Chester Gould, creator of the Dick Tracy comic strip.Cost: Donations accepted
Interactive learning centers include a barn slide, apple orchard and chicken coop. Maggie, a life-sized fiberglass milking cow sponsored by Golden Oaks Farm in Wauconda, will be the focus of the new exhibit. Maggie is over five feet tall and features a working udder that recirculates the water that children "milk."Cost: Free
Kids play fun games and make a recycled craft to take home.When: 1-4 p.m.
Make your own cape; pledge your real (or make believe) powers; design, build and test customized flying machines; create a super sidekick in the Kraft Artabounds Studio; and complete the museum's series of exhibit-based challenges to acquire and wield your many super powers.Cost: Free with admission
All season, Wonder Works allows children to decorate and plant their own 6" flowerpots. This special opportunity supports the Wonder Works Organic Garden.When: 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Clark Street in Lincoln Park is transformed into a vibrant art
exhibition with competing artists onsite with displays, live art
demonstrations, pop-up galleries, retailer presentations, workshops