Families and community groups can discover, create, and learn at CHM. Have fun exploring the past, present, and future of technology through hands-on activities while creatively solving problems. Make new friends and be inspired to change the world! Check out our tours, games, and resources below.
TechQuest, CHM’s new game on Roblox, teaches kids grades 3–8 how tech can solve real-world challenges. In Conservation World and Automation World, students track animals to monitor biodiversity, measure the health of coral reefs, see how automation can make life easier and safer, and much more.
Using drones, VR goggles, and a hacking tool, players complete fun tasks and earn rewards. They’ll also meet a robot and explore an exhibit to learn about tech innovations.
The Great Tech Story, CHM’s world in Minecraft: Education Edition, immerses students ages 8–18 in a virtual exhibit where they engage with key artifacts and innovators and teleport to learn hardware and software concepts, meet a startup team, debate ethics in tech, and reflect on how technology is used in daily life.
Culminating in a “build challenge,” students apply their knowledge to tackle real-world problems, building their capacity as active problem solvers, digital citizens, and future innovators.
Families and community groups explore the history of computing and its ongoing impact on humanity through tours and self-guided visits that integrate key skills such as observation, critical thinking, and creative problem solving. Docent-led tours are available for groups of up to 30. Learn more and schedule your visit.