Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry is offering families the chance to have summer fun with science. With projects themes such as gardening and sunlight, there is lots for the kids to learn and explore.
Pet a prehistoric fish, record your own Great Lakes memories and learn all about the species inhabiting our local waters.
Ditch the kids for some adult-only fun at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. Nature on Tap, a new series at the museum, provides an escape from diapers and homework one evening a month.
Habitat Park, an exhibit at Kohl Children's Museum, is a two-acre outdoor park where nature discoveries abound. Access the great outdoor adventure where kids are encouraged to explore everything from a sensory garden to an interactive sculpture trail to prairie grass mazes.
Treasure hunting season is in full swing and we can't wait to see what we'll discover this summer.
Exhibit helps kids better understand the life of animals and pet ownership.
Jemma Jacobsen of Hammond, Ind., helped the Chicago Children's Museum decorate their new exhibit, Ready, Pet, Go! We asked her about her role in the exhibit.
Read more Museums articles