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Check out all of our special events & programming on our events calendar!

Summer Camp

Join AMOS for a summer of fun at our summer camps!

Exhibits

Check out our exhibits before you visit!

Mission Statement

The Asheville Museum of Science (AMOS) is Western North Carolina’s home for experiential science learning, discovery, and exploration.  AMOS strives to spark the imagination and foster lifelong curiosity.

We have plenty of science to come and explore including our brand new Colburn Hall of Minerals, the STEM lab, our interactive panorama screen, the AMOS Mars Rover, our Teratophoneus dinosaur skeleton and fossil dig, Southern Appalachian Forest, Terrabox elevation simulator, Toddler Nest, Hurricane Simulator, fun temporary exhibits, and an exciting new gift shop.


 Coming Soon!

 

Anticipated for July 2018, AMOS is excited to announce the installation of the French Broad River water table.  Funding provided by the Duke Energy Water Resources Foundation has made this exhibit possible.  Stay tuned for an exciting unveiling event this summer!

 

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Hours:

Monday-Saturday: 10am-5pm

Sunday: 1pm-5pm

Admission:

Adult: $7 | Children: $6 | Military: $6

Senior: $6| Student: $6

2 & Under FREE

Location:

43 Patton Ave.

Asheville, NC 28801

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EVENTS

Happy Earth Day! with Warren Wilson’s Conservation Biology Dept.
Apr 22, 2018

Join Professor Liesl Erb and her students for a free with admission workshop on local bats. At this workshop, you’ll learn about the amazing diversity of bats living in Western North Carolina and how they interact with their environment, including people. You’ll also help contribute to bat conservation by constructing bat boxes that will be...

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Homeschool Monday: Archaeologists
Apr 23, 2018

Homeschool Monday: Archaeologists If paleontologists study dinosaurs, and geologists study rocks, what do the archaeologists study? Join AMOS in the STEM Lab to find out in our next edition of Homeschool Monday! In this 50-minute class we will be learning about how archaeologists document, map, and interpret evidence of past peoples. Please register using the...

Little Explorers Club: Birds!
Apr 27, 2018

Little Explorers Club: Birds! Come flap and tweet in celebration of Spring in this LEC dedicated to birds! This preschool class is $5.50 for members and $6.50 for non-members. Pre-registration is encouraged. Regi...