Naturally intriguing programs for all ages!
Known for the scope and quality of the topics we cover, the Marion Natural History Museum offers interesting, thought-provoking, educational programming to children and adults alike.
At the Museum, via zoom and often recorded on ORC TV, our programs are both educational and entertaining—how can you not be fascinated by learning about sharks, endangered species like the North Atlantic Right Whale, gardening, rockets, robotics, the latest in marine technologies, and more? Our free and low-cost programs and exhibits inspire, educate, and nurture people of all ages. We welcome you to join us at one of our upcoming events.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS
Students will explore local birds that overwinter in Massachusetts. They will be given model birds to identify and information about their overwintering behaviors and diet. Students will have to determine…Read More
Join the Marion Natural History Museum and Service Forester James Rassman for a walk around Washburn Park. We will be learning to identify various tree and shrub species using their…Read More
Woods Hole Researcher Michael Moore has been working with fishermen, engineers, and other scientists to adapt technology that allows bottom trap retrieval with less risk of whale and turtle entanglement.…Read More
Join Massachusetts Butterfly Club member Andrew Griffith for a short walk and discussion looking for butterflies around the beginning of the Washburn Park trails. The purpose of the walk will…Read More