Did You Know?
Amur Tigers are the biggest cats in the wild, topping out around 600 pounds!
Come join our zoo staff and volunteers as we explore conservation and the natural world as a part of the MSU Science Festival Nights at the Museum series!
Lots of hands-on activities will allow you to:
- view the microscopic world as a scientist
- try your hand at a simulated veterinary lab
- learn how to be an animal chef with our zookeepers
- test your skill in the skull matching game
- discover some amazing things about bats
- learn how to be a conservation champion at Party for the Planet
- have an up-close encounter with our live ambassador animals
- and so much more!
Selected exhibits will be open for our guests to explore, too. Admission is free!
The MSU Science Festival is a multi-day series of events that highlight science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM). Special events are held across the state, including talks, demonstrations, tours, open houses, and hands-on activities for lifelong learners of all ages. www.sciencefestival.msu.edu.