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2014 April Events

Planetarium shows change to Dawn of the Space Age and Earth’s Wild Ride.

First Friday Art trail is April 4th.  Pizza.  Planetarium shows start at 5:30, 6:30, and 7:30 pm.  

Bedtime at the Museum on April 4th at 6:30 pm features Where The Wild Things Are!

Find us at the Lubbock Arts Festival on April 11, 12, & 13.  

Studio 360 is April 16th, beginning at 1 pm.

Our Friday Afternoon movie on April 18th is Shattered Glass.  The film starts at 2 pm.

Saturday at the Museum on the 19th is all about science.  Join us from 1 to 4 pm.

New exhibits open in the galleries.  

Spring Break classes for ages 5 to 12

SPRING BREAK CAMPS AT THE MUSEUM OF TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY
The Museum Education Division is offering two fun and educational camps this Spring Break. Preregistration & payment is required and space is limited so register today!

T-Rex, Triceratops and Raptors….OH MY!!

  • $15 per child
  • March 18-20
  • 10am-12pm
  • Ages 5-7

Come travel back to an exciting world where dinosaurs roamed free while participating in arts and crafts at our Spring Break Camp.

This camp is offered in conjunction with the upcoming Dino Day at the Museum of Texas Tech University on May 3.

Architecture at the Museum of Texas Tech University

  • $15 per child
  • March 18-20
  • 1pm-4pm
  • 3rd to 5th grade

Come learn about architecture at the museum. Join us as we explore buildings from the past and present. Participants will create their own architectural wonders from a variety of household objects. This three-day Spring Break Camp will introduce architectural terms and concepts through fun hands-on activities.

This camp is offered in conjunction with the upcoming April 2014 exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Samara: A Mid-Century Dream Home at the Museum of Texas Tech University.

For additional information, contact the Museum Education Division at 806.742.2432 or museum.education@ttu.edu

The Museum is located on the SE corner of 4th Street and Indiana Avenue. Ample parking located to the north and west of the museum.