Grandparents are special... especially when they bring kids to the Science Mill. On the third Friday of every month, grandparents get 50% off the price of their admission when visiting with grandchildren.
Summer hours begin Memorial Day Weekend. We'll be open Saturday 10am- 5pm,. Sunday noon- 5pm and Monday 10am- 5pm. 10% of proceeds all weekend long will benefit San Antonio Coalition for Veterans and Families.
We need your help to curate a new photography exhibit about the history of Johnson City! Come over to the Science Mill and share your old photos of the Johnson City Feed Mill and landmarks. We’ll scan your photos on site and return to you to take home. Questions? Call Elizabeth Wilson at 844.263.6405 ext 1008
Shot on location in the jungles of Borneo, more than 40 insects are captured in minute detail in this 3D movie. The movie follows the life cycles of the caterpillar known as Papilio and the praying mantis known as Hierodula. As a caterpillar, Papilio dines on leaves, builds a cocoon, and becomes a butterfly before searching for a mate and laying eggs. As a butterfly, she survives by drinking the nectar from flowers. Meanwhile Hierodula catches flies for dinner, sheds his outer layer, and mates with a female mantis twice his size. Bugs! A Rainforest Adventure will only be showing for a limited time. Don't miss this rainforest adventure! More info and movie times.