October 31, 2014: HALLOWEEN: Time Warp at the Planetarium
On Friday, October 31, as a special edition of our "Floyd Final Fridays" series, you can enjoy a fun screening of the quotable classic, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”

The October lineup includes:
7 p.m.–The Rocky Horror Picture Show
9 p.m.–Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon
11 p.m.–The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Star and Music Shows: *$8.00 Adults (18-64);* $6.00 Seniors/Children/Students (w/id); FREE for Children 3 and under and Museum Members.

Rocky Horror Picture Show
– $15 per person, per show – Note: The Museum encourages your participation in the viewing of Rocky Horror Picture Show, but please be mindful of the projection equipment in The Planetarium that will be in use during the shows to enhance your experience when you choose your props. Limitations on props used during the show include water and water guns, any wet food (i.e. hot dogs, prunes, butter, etc.), animals, and open flames. Pull on your fishnets, bring your noise makers, party hats, rice, and confetti and enjoy being part of Dr. Frank-N-Furter’s party. Security will be at the door of The Planetarium to check bags and remove items that are potentially harmful to The Planetarium equipment.

For reservations, please contact Lindsay Crist at 610-371-5850 x230 or


October 24, 2014: Senior Series This Friday - All are Welcome!
On Friday, October 24 at 1:30 p.m., come for this senior-friendly talk to hear Museum docents and staff speak about The Museum Collections and Exhibitions. Guests of all ages are welcome! FREE with Museum admission and FREE for Members, no reservations required for this program.

Today's Program: Mystery and Metaphor - Four Decades of Work (presented by the artist)

Sponsored by Assured Assistance.


October 04, 2014: "Jelly Belly - Endangered Species Series" Now Open!
This unique show in The Museum’s Science Gallery includes five portraits from the Jelly Belly Art private collection — each a sweet replica of an exotic species rendered in colorful Jelly Belly® beans. It is sponsored locally by Hair On The Avenue.

These mosaic-like portraits, handmade entirely from thousands of colorful Jelly Belly jelly beans, include the Rockhopper Penguin, Great Green Macaws, Hawksbill Sea Turtle, Grizzly Bear and Bengal Tiger, and combine the beauty of nature with the stunning faces of these brilliant wild animals.

Additionally, as a part of this exhibition, The Museum will be displaying several taxidermy wall mounts from its own permanent collection, representing animals that are or were endangered, extinct, or protected under a conservation program.