Asheville Museum of Science

Asheville Museum of Science

AMOS provides a number of different educational programs geared towards a broad age range. Below are a brief description of our educational offering, click on the titles for more information! If you have any questions please contact our education team at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For Community Groups:

Want to bring a large group to the museum? We have you covered! Whether you are an after-school group, a troop, or large family, AMOS offers large group discounts on weekdays for any group not taking an educational program.

STEM Workshops

AMOS proudly offers programming for all-ages throughout the year from Robotics to holiday-themed STEM workshops.  Our education team works hard to design fun and challenging programs that will engage children and keep them wanting more!


Engage your children in mini-camps year round or week-long summer camps! With topics that cover the range of STEM themes, including robotics, weather and climate, the maker movement, and invention AMOS has something for your little one!


AMOS would love to offer YOUR students meaningful STEM oriented curriculum! We believe in hands-on learning, making most of our activities challenge-based, such as the marble run challenge where teams of student’s design and build a marble run to see who can get the longest time.

Science-Themed Birthday Parties

Have your next birthday party at the Asheville Museum of Science! With a wide range of science topics to choose from, make this year’s planning easy with an engaging and fun party at your neighborhood science museum!


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  • Asheville, NC 28801


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