Infant Investigators

Infant classes are designed for children aged 6 – 12 months. During this time, infants are learning about themselves, the people around them, and about their environment. Our classes will explore key themes that will help them develop their understanding of the world and start them on a journey of lifelong learning.


  • Typical class
  • Meets every 1st Saturday and Sunday from 10am -11:30am at the National Museum of Natural History
  • $41.20 | child + single caretaker
  • Additional caretakers are welcome during the museum portion of the program.



Do You See What I See?

Like our preceding class on sound, this workshop will connect with the infant’s senses by exploring the sense of sight.  We will use our eyes to look at our environment, notice differences and similarities, and explore some amazing works of art.

Saturday, August 5 and Sunday, August 6
Eventbrite - Infant Investigators: 2016 - 2017

Please be patient with us as we are transferring over to a new ticketing system. We hope to have our Fall/Winter classes posted by the end of July.  For the most up-to-date information, please join our mailing list.

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