1:00 pm

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2:30 pm

August 15, 2020

Event Details

Do you have a preteen or teen interested in law enforcementforensic sciencemedicine or anthropology

Through a hands-on activity, students learn to “read” the features of a human skull to determine: agesexphysical trauma and/or illness! During the event, your team must determine what happened (type of trauma) and if it was an accident or murder.

Junior Forensics is a more family friendly version of the classic Forensic Night event, but parental discretion is still advised. This event involves replica human skulls cast from real trauma cases. Please call us if you have questions about content

COVID19: Masks are required for staff and guests throughout their visit. Masks are available at the admissions counter.

Event Tickets Include: 

  • 90 Minute Forensics Activity
  • All Day Museum Admission
  • Free Scavenger Hunts
  • Informal Q&A with Museum Educators

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