On March 14th, or 3.14, visit the Maryland Science Center to celebrate Pi Day! From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., you and your kids can celebrate the mathematical constant, Pi, which is used to calculate the circumference of a circle. The Maryland Science Center is ready to celebrate everything Pi, from eating pie to reciting Pi, to exposing the secrets of Pi. Dangerously Delicious Pies has donated pies for the party, and even a pie eating contest.
Slice into some of the other Pi(e) Day activities by taking part in our Pi recitation contest, contributing to our lengthy Pi chain along the main staircase and making a Pi necklace. Pi(e) Day gets even sweeter because it is also Albert Einstein’s birthday, who would be turning 135 years old. Help us make this a special day by joining us to sing “Happy Birthday” to the revolutionary physicist and engaging in hair-raising experiments just like he did.
All activities are free with paid admission and free for members. If you are not a member, membership purchases and renewals will be discounted by 25% and extended 3 months with an onsite purchase on Pi(e) Day. This discount will also be offered on Saturday and Sunday, in person only.