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Looking for a great way to spend a day during spring break? We’ve got you covered! Our Make a Day of It program has everything you need for a fun-filled day! Enjoy a trip to The Health Museum to see our new exhibit, GEAR UP: The Science of Bikes followed by a picnic in the park and a scenic bike ride on a BCycle bike. Your ‘Make a Day of It’ ticket includes everything you’ll need for an afternoon out: general admission tickets, picnic basket (vegetarian and non-vegetarian option), and BCycle vouchers.
Member Cost: $20 per person
Non-Member Cost: $28 per person
* There is a two-person minimum. Registration must be completed TWO DAYS BEFORE your chosen date.
Your general admission tickets to the Museum will include access to all of our permanent and special exhibitions, including GEAR UP: The Science of Bikes, Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World, the Amazing Body Pavilion, Brain Teasers, and The Hands That Feed Houston photo exhibition. Want to include a visit to the DeBakey Cell Lab? You can purchase a ticket for the lab during your visit.
To find out what steps The Health Museum has taken to ensure the safety of its staff and guests, click here.
Your picnic ‘basket’ is a reusable tote complete with lunch, bottled waters, and cookies for two people, a plastic tablecloth, paper plates, and individually wrapped plastic utensils and napkins. The tote and its contents will fit nicely in the basket of your BCycle.
Picnic baskets can be picked up from the Museum’s Amazing Body Store between Noon and 3 pm on the day of your visit.
Your BCycle vouchers include a 30-minute ride. Suggested bike routes will be provided for you or you can choose your own route. Want a longer ride? No problem! Additional time can be added at a cost of $3 per 30 minutes on the day of your ride.
There is a BCycle station located at The Health Museum on the corner of Hermann and LaBranch. In the event that a bike is not available, there are several additional stations nearby.
In Texas, cyclists under 18 years of age are required to wear a helmet. The Health Museum recommends that all riders wear a helmet to protect their fabulous brains. Please note that BCycles are sized for adult riders and are not appropriate for young riders. Families with young riders are welcome to bring their child's bike from home.
Questions? Contact Laura Pfister by email:firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 713-337-8457