Wednesday, May 11, 2022
Heinz History Center
10:30 AM EDT - 11:30 AM EDT
Early learners from ages 3 – 5 are invited to join us for an interactive online session exploring the people, places, and stories that make Pittsburgh unique!
Pittsburgh has long been involved in space exploration! On May 11, investigate the early work of the Allegheny Observatory by drawing sunspots and making our own version of a telescope lens. Then jump ahead to the 1960s and see Pittsburgh’s contributions to the Apollo 11 Moon Landing! Create a rubber band rocket, grab “moon rocks,” and get ready to land!
Thank you for registering for Hop Into History: The Big Landing: Pittsburgh’s Space Stories!
We're looking forward to having you join us on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 at 10:30 AM EDT.
Below, you will find information about how to join us for the program. This will also be emailed to you.
Please check in at the admissions desk when you arrive at the Heinz History Center, and you will be directed to the Multipurpose Room on the third floor. Your program registration includes museum admission for the day. Please note that masks are required for all guests (age 2 and up) while attending the program, but are no longer required to visit the rest of the museum.
If you have any questions or did not receive an email confirmation for this registration, please contact Jaime Ursic at email@example.com.