Educational Programs

Duke Tip Academic Adventures

The Health Museum, in partnership with the Duke University Talent Identification Program, proudly presents Academic Adventures in the Houston Museum District. This program is open to 5th and 6th-grade students who have participated in the Duke TIP 4th-6th Grade Talent Search. Each day-long courses provide challenging, hands-on learning experiences that promote creativity and critical thinking while also allowing students to explore topics not typically covered in school.

FAST - Food Allergy Safety and Tips

The FAST Cart explores allergic reactions, how to prevent them, and how to react in case of emergency.

Scouts

Scouts 2020 Winter classes are now available!

Global Teen Medical Summit

The Global Teen Medical Summit is a unique opportunity for students in grades 9 - 12 to explore the challenges facing modern-day medicine with leading experts from the world-renowned Texas Medical Center.

School Programs

Bring classroom science lessons to life with inspiring educational experiences from The Health Museum.

Social Motion @ The Health Museum: Solving Life's Special Needs

Early exposure to social integration skills provides a solid foundation rooted in awareness, confidence, and know-how for children with autism and similar social learning differences. Social Motion reinforces core character traits while raising age-relevant social awareness and putting that awareness into motion through active learning. Elementary social skills classes focus on important social basics and group interaction, awareness, observation, and the building blocks for successful friendship!

Discovery Camps

Your child will engage in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) activities while learning about medical science and the human body. Campers will take part in health-themed interactive experiences and explore all that The Health Museum has to offer. Kids have intelligent fun, make friends, and make the most out of their spring, summer, and winter break!