MOSH is excited to share the holiday season with learners of all ages! From Ugly Sweaters to Winter Discovery Camps to Toy Trains, MOSH has it covered! With expanded hours, the Museum has something for everyone to enjoy during this celebratory season. Visit the Museum in December to experience the joys of science and history:
December 2 – Grab some friends, don your ugliest sweater, and dance the night away with MOSH and Silent Sound Entertainment for this special holiday Silent Disco on the rooftop terrace! 21+ Only. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.
December 10 – Santa is visiting MOSH on December 10 for a holiday themed workshop where guests can participate in Christmas arts and crafts. Tickets include take-home pictures with Santa, cookie and stocking decoration crafts, hot cocoa, snacks, and Museum-wide access. Additional details can be found here.
December 17 through January 2 – The Toy Train Collectors of Jacksonville are back at MOSH for this year’s winter wonderland train display! Visit the beautiful display during your visit to MOSH, open during normal operating hours.
December 19 – 21, December 27 – 29, and January 2 – 3 – Looking for holiday fun for students in grades Kindergarten – 5th? Winter Discovery Camps have you covered! This year’s theme is Galactic Encounters. Extended care is available from 4 – 5 p.m. For more information and to register, click here.
MOSH will be open for a special schedule this holiday season: The Tuesday and Wednesday before and after Christmas (December 20 – 21 and December 27 – 28 respectively) will be open days. The Museum will be closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.
“We are so excited to welcome families and friends of the Museum this holiday season,” said Bruce Fafard, CEO of MOSH. “It’s the most wonderful time of the year for a reason, and we’re looking forward to introducing guests to all that MOSH has to offer — both during this special time of year, and year-round through the gift of Museum membership. We invite you to come and explore the joy of lifelong learning with us.”
To plan your visit and purchase general admission to the Museum, click here.