Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. According to the government's Test and Trace policy, children aged 13 to 16 must submit contact information for their parents or guardians. Other age limitations may apply for specific museum experiences. The visitor information desk staff can provide more details.
What age group should go to the museum? In general, the museum is best suited for children from six months to eight years. We have designed enjoyable learning settings for newborns, toddlers, preschoolers, and youngsters in their early elementary years. The museum has activities for all skill levels, from simple to more advanced.
There are three main floors with interactive exhibitions and demonstrations that will appeal to you and your family. The first floor is dedicated to babies and toddlers with play areas, a mini-museum, an art studio, and a food court with soft drinks and snacks. On the second floor, you can find games and activities to engage young children's minds and bodies, such as a climbing structure, a theater, and a music room. Older kids will enjoy the third floor with its theater, kitchen, and computer area.
The museum also offers free weekly programs for children of all ages on Friday afternoons from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The programs include story time, arts and crafts, games, and snacks. There is no admission charge for these programs.
Please Touch is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily (except Christmas Day). Closed holidays include Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Eve, and New Year's Day.
Kids aged 0 to 3 will adore this place constructed particularly for them, away from the rest of the museum's hustle and bustle. There is plenty of space for crawling and exploring, as well as age-appropriate toys and blocks to foster tactile learning and fine-motor abilities, as well as chairs for parents to sit and observe their children. The museum also offers free parking in its nearby garage.
The Discovery Museum is located at 976 N. Central Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63105. It is known for its Life Underground exhibit, which explores the science of life beneath our feet through interactive displays and games. The museum also has a planetarium that shows nightly programs about the universe beyond our solar system, and an IMAX theater that showcases movie screenings of nature documentaries and science fiction films.
Guests under 16 need to be accompanied by an adult who agrees to assume all responsibility for them during their stay at the museum. Children can't be left unattended in any part of the museum, and must be kept on a leash in the park area if they are allowed off their leashes.
The Discovery Museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., except on Thanksgiving and Christmas days. Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors over 65, $9 for children 2 to 12, and free for children 1 and younger. Parking is $5.
Our events welcome participants as young as 13 years old. All participants under the age of 18 must have their waiver signed and notarized by their parents. Participants aged 13–15 must also be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who is registered to participate at our events. Participants over the age of 16 are able to make their own decisions about whether to participate in activities that may involve injury or death.
Because MilSim is designed for participants to have fun and exercise self-defense skills, it can be difficult to avoid injury when playing the game. The most common injuries associated with MilSim include cuts, bruises, and scratches. In more serious cases, individuals have been injured on occasion after participating in tournaments held throughout the world. These injuries range from minor contusions to severe bleeding caused by deep wounds or open fractures. In some instances, there has even been one reported death related to a MilSim event.
There are two ways to become a member of the MilSim community: through participation in an organized event such as a tournament or show, or by joining one of our clubs. If you decide to join a club, there are several across the United States.
The event is open to persons of all ages, however those under the age of 15 can only obtain day tickets (no camping). The following age restrictions are in effect: People under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult aged 21 or older. Persons aged 15-17 may participate with permission from a parent or guardian.
The science fiction and fantasy convention NASS is held annually in August in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. The convention was first held in 1973 at the University of Indianapolis and was created by fans who were dissatisfied with the quality of comics conventions at the time. It has since become one of the largest sci-fi and fantasy conventions in the world.
NASS is an acronym for not only the name of the university but also the initial letters of its founders: Neal A. Scott and Jerry B. Siegel. They were influential members of the science fiction community who served as judges for the annual Nebula Awards given out by Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA). Neal Scott died in 1974 at the age of 36, and Jerry Siegel withdrew from public life after being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1979. However, the convention continues to hold two events per year even after the deaths of its co-founders. In 1975, the convention moved to the nearby Indiana Convention Center.
In addition to SFWA members, attendees at the convention can apply for membership.