September 22, 2022

MOSH Hosts Larry Yazzie and The Native Pride Dancers

The Museum of Science & History is thrilled to welcome Native Storyteller and Dancer Larry Yazzie to perform in the Bryan-Gooding Planetarium as part of the […]
September 22, 2022

What’s New in Space this Week?

James Webb Space Telescope captures stunning image of Neptune’s rings and moons The JWST captured its first image of the ice giant and revealed its rings […]
September 22, 2022

The Voyage to the Deep Experience

Suit up and dive into the deep blue sea and discover a wonderous underwater world in the Museum of Science & History’s (MOSH) newest traveling exhibition, […]
August 24, 2022

Dinosaur Descendants: Tonca’s Reptile Relatives

Authored by: Dominique Jenkins | Communications Intern Turtles come in all shapes and sizes and are often seen as fairly calm creatures. However, these shelled animals […]
August 24, 2022

How Museums Are Vital to the Education of Children

Authored by guest writer: Jarndace Violet Remember how you used to take field trips as a class to the local museum? You’re not alone! Museums are […]
August 24, 2022

Employee Spotlight: Meet Vice President of Visitor Engagement, LaRoe Adams

Who is LaRoe Adams? I originally hail from Philadelphia, PA, and I moved to Savannah, GA in 1998. I attended Savannah State University where I graduated […]
August 24, 2022

The Museum of Science & History Presents “The Bias Inside Us”

Smithsonian Community Engagement Project on Implicit Bias is on Display at MOSH This Summer Jacksonville, Fla. — Aug. 16, 2022 — The Museum of Science & History […]
July 1, 2022

Museum of Science & History Announces New Members of its Board of Trustees

Six new members join the Museum’s governing body Jacksonville, Fla. — July 1, 2022 — The Museum of Science & History (MOSH) today announced the appointment […]
June 17, 2022

Hurricanes: Wet & Wild Weather

Authored by: Dominique Jenkins | Communications Intern Florida is famous for its sunshine and amazing beaches, but it is also known as the hurricane capital of […]
June 17, 2022

The Summer Planet Parade

Have you been looking up (outside)? From left to right, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn are visible to the naked eye during the month of […]