Destination Moon Family Day | Senator John Heinz History Center | Kidstuff | Pittsburgh City Paper
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Destination Moon Family Day 

When: Sat., Jan. 5, 10 a.m. 2019
Price: $18 for adults
There's a chance that your kids are a lot like a far-too-large portion of Americans that believe we never landed on the moon. Don’t panic, our country is just a misinformation-filled hellscape. But there is an antidote for all this bogus conspiracy nonsense and the Heinz History Center is here to administer it with Destination Moon Family Day. The History Center hosts a family-friendly event with experts from the Armstrong Air and Space Museum. Participants can see the original command module Columbia, which astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins returned to earth following their lunar landing. Kids can also build and float their own miniature command module and try to set it down safely. Children receive free admission for this event.


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