Pink Palace Front Entrance


MoSH Summer Camps – Two Locations

Rising 1st – 6th graders can fight the summer slump at MoSH Camps at Lichterman Nature Center and MoSH Central/Pink Palace.

Mad Scientist Ball

The Mad Scientist Ball at MoSH promises to be an unforgettable evening of science, music, and culture. Explore a variety of scientific demonstrations, experiments, entertainment and exhibits, including the opening of two new exhibits, America at The Crossroads: The GUITAR and A Changing Nation and Grind City Picks: The Music that Made Memphis.

America at The Crossroads: The GUITAR and a Changing Nation

Explore America’s evolution through the lens of its most popular instrument—an instrument that has been part of our cultural heritage since the country’s founding. The guitar has been a symbol for everything from generational differences and racial divide on to politics, consumer marketing, and fashionable relevance.

Grind City Picks: The Music That Made Memphis

Grind City Picks: The Music That Made Memphis invites you to learn about the evolution of notable music genres in Memphis through an impressive display of instruments from famous artists, band merchandise, and photographs.

The Way They Play – Thomas Crivens, Jr.

“The Way They Play” spotlights special guest musicians in discussions and demonstrations of iconic styles, tricks, techniques and quirks. Learn from famous guitarists every second Saturday of the month. FREE with general admission.

Laser Live – FreeWorld

Join us for Laser Live where we will feature Memphis musicians live in our full dome planetarium, accompanied by a full laser light show.

Guitar Heroes Summer Laser Shows – The Beatles

Experience legendary rock & rollers like The Beatles, Hendrix, Van Halen, Led Zeppelin, Metallica, U2, Pink Floyd, Rush, Rolling Stones and others in brilliant laser light shows in the full-dome planetarium.

Snakes & Spiders with Dr. Steve Reichling

Meet a snake and spider and then stick around to hear Dr. Steve Reichling speak about his work. Steve Reichling is Director of Conservation & Research at the Memphis Zoo.