Events Calendar
Learn, explore and play at the Museum during one of our seasonal festivals, daily science demonstrations, or evening programs.
Intrepid Adventures: Flying in Style
Intrepid Adventures: Flying in Style
March 9, 3:00pm - 4:00pm ET
Appropriate for Ages 5-15

There’s more to aircraft than wings and engines. Get up close to the aircraft in our collection to learn how symbols and paint schemes set each airplane apart. Then, create a family squadron insignia or create a paper airplane and decorate it!
Aircraft Restoration LIVE
Aircraft Restoration LIVE
March 10, 1:00pm - 2:00pm ET
Appropriate for all ages

Go behind the scenes with the aircraft restoration team on the latest project.
Intrepid Adventures: Lunar Landers
Intrepid Adventures: Lunar Landers
March 11, 3:00pm - 4:00pm ET
Appropriate for Ages 8-18

What might be difficult about landing on the moon? Explore Intrepid’s connection to the Space Race and analyze the result of the engineering design process that made landing on the Moon possible.
Lunar Landers activity materials: Disposable cup, recyclable materials, tape, scissors, two coins or other small objects
Virtual Tour of the Intrepid Museum
Virtual Tour of the Intrepid Museum
March 12, 3:00pm - 4:00pm ET
Appropriate for all ages

Join a Museum educator on a virtual tour of the Intrepid Museum using the Google Arts and Culture site to explore the history of the ship and the crew who served from 1943-1974.
Aircraft of the Month
Aircraft of the Month
March 15, 3:00pm – 4:00pm ET
Appropriate for all ages

Join the Museum’s Curator of Aviation Eric Boehm as he dives into one of our amazing aircrafts with you. Eric will break down the history, science and technology of the aircraft while taking questions from you. 
Intrepid Adventures: Journey to Space
Intrepid Adventures: Journey to Space
March 16, 3:00pm - 4:00pm ET
Appropriate for Ages 5-15

Get a tour of the Space Shuttle Pavilion, home of the space shuttle Enterprise. A Museum educator will discuss the Mercury-Atlas 7 and Gemini III missions that occurred during the Space Race, including Intrepid's role as the primary recovery vessel for both NASA missions. Viewers will learn about the vacuum of space and why astronauts need spacecraft and spacesuits when they venture into Earth’s orbit and beyond.
Virtual Astronomy Live
Virtual Astronomy Live
Recycling and Sustainability in Space
March 18, 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Join Tracie Prater, Materials Engineer at NASA, as she discusses the In-Space Manufacturing (ISM): Recycling and Reuse project at Marshall Spaceflight Center. She is working to mature the technologies necessary to enable a sustainable recycling ecosystem for long duration spaceflight missions. This work complements payloads being developed by the ISM project to provide manufacturing systems for the production of space parts which will first be demonstrated aboard the ISS.