The City of Chelsea's only and biggest science event is FREE and open to adults, families, and children of all ages and interest. The Chelsea Science Festival (CSF) is an annual public celebration of local science and technology that promotes STEAM, discovery and innovation with interactive exhibits, hands-on-activities, mind-blowing demos and performances. Curious people of all ages will explore the science and technology in our region and see how science is connected to all parts of our lives. Scientist and educators from museums, local schools, universities, and companies will uncover mysteries and explain discoveries in variety of hands-on-activities, stimulating presentations, and riveting performances to expand our community of science enthusiasts, inspire a new generation of curious thinkers, and raise aspiration by encouraging young people to consider a career in Science, Technology, Engineering . Arts, or Math (STEAM).
*This event has applied for support from Chelsea Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.*
No, the Chelsea Science Festival is a free event.
Yes, the Chelsea Science Festival doesn't want anybody to be left behind so every year we have this fun, free event at PORT Park in Chelsea, MA.
Yes, the closest MBTA bus stop is the blue line 116/117 stopping at Marginal Street before crossing the Andrew McArdle Memorial bridge on the Chelsea side going into East Boston or the first stop in Chelsea after crossing the bridge if commuting from Boston. The Silverline is a couple minutes away in walking distance stopping at the Airport Parking Garage in Chelsea. The green line/orange line 111 is in a longer walking distance but still feasible.
The Lewis Latimer Society & Museum for the past 20 years has been offering programs in STEM. The society was concerned since the city was changing, that the people who were going to be left out or behind were the kids. So we started working with after school programs and summer learning programs and going on field trips that promoted STEM. Overall, we wanted to organize and get other groups in the community into STEM and offer more STEM activities in the city of Chelsea such as the Chelsea Science Festival which is also designed to support teachers.
Chelsea, Massachusetts 02150, United States
This event has applied for support from Chelsea Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.