Wisconsin Science Festival
October 11-14, 2018
While most events are located at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery, there are a number of activities scattered throughout campus and the state of Wisconsin. As it gets closer to the date, the events will be posted online at their website.
What is the Wisconsin Science Festival? The festival not only celebrates curiosity and creativity, but also helps build a community of people committed to sharing in the enterprise of science as exploring the unknown. The festival offers a wide range of science, technology, engineering and math-related activities, creative exhibitions, demonstrations, performances, tours, debates, workshops, concerts, etc.
What is there to do during the Festival? For a full list of activities, see Program of Events.
Who is the audience for the Wisconsin Science Festival? It's for everyone! There are some programs specifically for kids and families, and some just for adults.
Is it free? The Wisconsin Science Festival is free and open to the public. Some activities may have a nominal charge for materials or meals.
Where to park? Union South ; Lot 20 and Lot 17 ($7 for half a day, $12 for a full day) Parking suggestions from Discovery's website.For a list of Science Festival FAQ's, please visit http://www.wisconsinsciencefest.org/faq.wsf.