The Nuclear Museum is Open to the Public

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is open to the public. For more information, please click here. As of Friday, August 20th, masks are required to be worn inside the museum, regardless of vaccination status, as per NM public health order.

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Homeschool

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History welcomes homeschool students and families back to the Museum. Programs specifically for homeschool students ages 5-15 are typically hosted twice weekly in September 2021, with each week having a new theme and identical sessions on both days.

The Tuesday and Thursday of each week's sessions will be similar to allow you to choose the session that best fits your schedule. Sessions will typically run from 10:30 am-11:30 am, unless otherwise noted. Sessions are $10 per student ($9 for museum members)

Sessions will continue twice per month in October, November, January, February, March, and April.

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These homeschool sessions are designed for the younger students to enjoy science while introducing principles and concepts to the more advanced learners. Teaching is through the use of demonstration and hands-on activities.

Masks will be required for anyone entering the museum.

If you have questions about our homeschool programs, please contact David Gibson, Museum Educator, at dgibson@nuclearmuseum.org.

For more information on our homeschool education programs, join our Homeschool Group on Facebook!

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