Discover the mind-boggling hugeness of the cosmos and our place in it at the intergalactic OMSI After Dark.
Shoot off water rockets, concoct chemical creations, and explore the wonders of OMSI with no kids in sight! Enjoy a glass of wine while learning about robots, tornados, or fossils. Talk to a brewer about the science behind beer, or sample products from local artisans.
All that and more with OMSI After Dark, a night at the museum for the 21-and-over crowd filled with food, drink, and science fun! Plus, visit our featured exhibit, The Science Behind Pixar (upcharge applies).
21+ Only | ID's Required
Due to the popularity of this event, we strongly recommend that you purchase tickets in advance as capacity is limited and may sell out.
OMSI After Dark admission: $15/non-members, $7.50/OMSI Members and FREE for OMSI After Dark Access Pass Holders
OMSI After Dark admission, plus entry to The Science Behind Pixar: $21/non-members, $12.50/OMSI Members and $5 for OMSI After Dark Access Pass Holders
Written in the Stars | The stars are full of stories! Or is it just you point of view? See how the stars have all aligned in your search for the constellation Orion.
Unaerated Astronauts | Prepare your puffy astronaut for a mission into the vacuum of space. It may change them forever…
Spinoff Space Technology | Did NASA invent Tang? What other technologies started out of this world? See which everyday objects were first designed for the stars!
Bursting, Blasting, Giant Star, How We Tease Out What You Are | Discover how astronomers tell apart and study the mind boggling explosions that create the atoms of which you, your clothes, and your jewelry are first made.
Mysterious Exoplanets | Investigate how we detect planets that revolve around stars beyond our Sun.
Killer Alien Views | Make a model of one of the most abundant life forms on our planet, and maybe elsewhere…
PERFORMANCES AND PRESENTATIONS
AWOL Dance Collective Aerialists
8 & 9 PM
Virtual Star Party
8, 830 & 9 PM
OMSI Portable Planetarium
Black Hole 730 PM
Dark Universe 8 PM
Starry Nights Live 830 PM
Extreme Planets 9 PM
50 Years Later - Bringing a Man Back from the Moon
with Peter McCloud, Aero/Aerothermodynamics Engineer with ERC Inc., based out of NASA Johnson Space Center, President, McCloud Aero Corp.
Moon: An Illustrated History
with David Warmflash, PhD, Astrobiologist and Author
Measuring Sunlight On the Surface of the Earth
with Josh Peterson PhD, University of Oregon, Solar Radiation Monitoring Lab
lunar and planetARy: Explore lunar and planetary science in augmented reality: Journey through space on an interactive tour of the Asteroid Belt, the Moon, Mars, Saturn, Pluto, and Europa
NASA Ambassadors: Alexe Mastanduno, Anthony Valoppi & Patrick Lloyd Hanrahan
Pacific Space Flight
The Viking Mars Missions Education and Preservation Project
UO Solar Radiation Monitoring Lab
Portland State Aerospace Society
Ticketing questions call 503.797.4634