Science Sleepover Explores Science That Glows

What’s inside a glow stick? Why do some things glow under a black light? Examine the science of luminescence and fluorescence as you carry out experiments and discover different ways to make objects glow during the next Science Sleepover: Science That Glows.

All Science Center Sleepovers include:
  • Themed activities
  • Omnimax movie
  • Planetarium or laser show
  • Live theater show
  • Science workshop
  • Sleeping among exciting exhibits
  • Official Science Center patch
  • Late-night snack
  • Continental breakfast
  • Free admission to the Museum for the day following the sleepover

The Science That Glows Sleepover will be held from 6:00 pm on Friday, March 31 until 9:30 am on Saturday, April 1 at Carnegie Science Center. For more information about this, and other scheduled sleepovers, visit the Science Sleepover event page. Call 412-237-1637 to register. Reservations are taken up to five days prior to the Sleepover date.

Carnegie Science Center, 1 Allegheny Avenue, Pittsburgh