Museum Events

NFL HOF Exhibit
Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL
The Museum
On display through May 31, 2012
More than 50 pieces of professional football history make up "Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL." The exhibition was unveiled June 18 as part of the museum's open house on the same day.

Some of the items in the exhibit feature memorabilia of NFL players who are Pennsylvania natives and all are former Little Leaguers.
Special Nasa Exhibit
Special NASA Exhibit
The Museum
All week, subject to Museum hours
NASA's Exploration 5 Screen Video and Display is a mini theater that shows visitors a past, present and future of space exploration. This unique video is designed to stretch across five monitors simultaneously. The journey begins with visitors exploring NASA's present activities, learning how NASA technologies improve life on earth and the challenges of human space exploration. This exhibit highlights the beginning of space exploration and ventures into human and robotic voyages of discovery offering a glimpse into a busy future in space.

NASA is developing advanced robotic capabilities needed to survey deep space and planetary surfaces and to map the way for future human exploration. Robonaut 2, or R2 for short, is one of these advanced robotic capabilities being developed. It is the next generation dexterous robot. The exhibit is a scale replica of the actual R2 robotic figure currently residing on the International Space Station.
NFL HOF Exhibit
Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL
The Museum
On display through May 31, 2012
More than 50 pieces of professional football history make up "Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL." The exhibition was unveiled June 18 as part of the museum's open house on the same day.

Some of the items in the exhibit feature memorabilia of NFL players who are Pennsylvania natives and all are former Little Leaguers.
Special Nasa Exhibit
Special NASA Exhibit
The Museum
All week, subject to Museum hours
NASA's Exploration 5 Screen Video and Display is a mini theater that shows visitors a past, present and future of space exploration. This unique video is designed to stretch across five monitors simultaneously. The journey begins with visitors exploring NASA's present activities, learning how NASA technologies improve life on earth and the challenges of human space exploration. This exhibit highlights the beginning of space exploration and ventures into human and robotic voyages of discovery offering a glimpse into a busy future in space.

NASA is developing advanced robotic capabilities needed to survey deep space and planetary surfaces and to map the way for future human exploration. Robonaut 2, or R2 for short, is one of these advanced robotic capabilities being developed. It is the next generation dexterous robot. The exhibit is a scale replica of the actual R2 robotic figure currently residing on the International Space Station.
NFL HOF Exhibit
Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL
The Museum
On display through May 31, 2012
More than 50 pieces of professional football history make up "Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL." The exhibition was unveiled June 18 as part of the museum's open house on the same day.

Some of the items in the exhibit feature memorabilia of NFL players who are Pennsylvania natives and all are former Little Leaguers.
Special Nasa Exhibit
Special NASA Exhibit
The Museum
All week, subject to Museum hours
NASA's Exploration 5 Screen Video and Display is a mini theater that shows visitors a past, present and future of space exploration. This unique video is designed to stretch across five monitors simultaneously. The journey begins with visitors exploring NASA's present activities, learning how NASA technologies improve life on earth and the challenges of human space exploration. This exhibit highlights the beginning of space exploration and ventures into human and robotic voyages of discovery offering a glimpse into a busy future in space.

NASA is developing advanced robotic capabilities needed to survey deep space and planetary surfaces and to map the way for future human exploration. Robonaut 2, or R2 for short, is one of these advanced robotic capabilities being developed. It is the next generation dexterous robot. The exhibit is a scale replica of the actual R2 robotic figure currently residing on the International Space Station.
Book Cover
Book Signing by Athelete and Author Brian Jordon
The Museum
11 am - 2 pm
Brian JordanMeet and greet with Brian Jordan, acclaimed athelete, award winning sports analyst and author of the book, "Overcoming the Fear of the Baseball".

"Jordan is a professional athlete who makes positive plays on a regular basis, but it is on the field of life where he is hitting home runs for children who aspire to their own personal greatness."

In 1998, he founded the Brian Jordan Foundation, which helps children strive to reach their full potential. The mission of his non-profit organization is to provide useful information, resources, and tools to help and support young people and their families. The foundation's educational program awards scholarships to underprivileged, yet deserving young people. Through a three-core program model, which includes literacy, health and fitness and scholarships, the Brian Jordan Foundation is successfully building stronger young people and helping them achieve success.

For more information on the Brian Jordan Foundation: www.brianjordanfoundation.com
The Perfect Game Movie
"The Perfect Game" - Movie Showing
The Museum
Showing times at 2pm & 6pm
"The Perfect Game", a feature film based on the extraordinary true story of the 1957 Monterrey Industrial Little League Baseball team, opened in April 2010, and centers on the first International team to win the Little League Baseball World Series. The movie will be shown in the Mary C. McGovern Theatre at the museum from Aug. 20 through Aug. 28.
Ryan Ochoa on set
Meet Actor Ryan Ochoa
The Museum
4pm - 6pm
Meet and get a signature from actor Ryan Ochoa from "The Perfect Game" movie.

Ryan Ochoa is an American teen actor. He is most famous for his role in the well known children’s show, “iCarly” in which he plays Chuck. He currently plays the role of Lanny on the Disney XD series “Pair of Kings.” Born in San Diego, California, on May 17, 1996, Ryan’s film debut was in the 2007 film, “Nostalgia” as Ryan Zorn, the son of the main character. He appeared in the 2009 film, “The Perfect Game” as Norberto, one of the 9 baseball players. He also played Tiny Tim in 2009’s “A Christmas Carol” and voiced the character of Rick in the animated film “Astro Boy.”

*Source: Ryan Ochoa on Freebase
NFL HOF Exhibit
Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL
The Museum
On display through May 31, 2012
More than 50 pieces of professional football history make up "Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL." The exhibition was unveiled June 18 as part of the museum's open house on the same day.

Some of the items in the exhibit feature memorabilia of NFL players who are Pennsylvania natives and all are former Little Leaguers.
Special Nasa Exhibit
Special NASA Exhibit
The Museum
All week, subject to Museum hours
NASA's Exploration 5 Screen Video and Display is a mini theater that shows visitors a past, present and future of space exploration. This unique video is designed to stretch across five monitors simultaneously. The journey begins with visitors exploring NASA's present activities, learning how NASA technologies improve life on earth and the challenges of human space exploration. This exhibit highlights the beginning of space exploration and ventures into human and robotic voyages of discovery offering a glimpse into a busy future in space.

NASA is developing advanced robotic capabilities needed to survey deep space and planetary surfaces and to map the way for future human exploration. Robonaut 2, or R2 for short, is one of these advanced robotic capabilities being developed. It is the next generation dexterous robot. The exhibit is a scale replica of the actual R2 robotic figure currently residing on the International Space Station.
The Perfect Game Movie
"The Perfect Game" - Movie Showing
The Museum
Showing times at 11am & 5pm
"The Perfect Game", a feature film based on the extraordinary true story of the 1957 Monterrey Industrial Little League Baseball team, opened in April 2010, and centers on the first International team to win the Little League Baseball World Series. The movie will be shown in the Mary C. McGovern Theatre at the museum from Aug. 20 through Aug. 28.
NFL HOF Exhibit
Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL
The Museum
On display through May 31, 2012
More than 50 pieces of professional football history make up "Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL." The exhibition was unveiled June 18 as part of the museum's open house on the same day.

Some of the items in the exhibit feature memorabilia of NFL players who are Pennsylvania natives and all are former Little Leaguers.
Special Nasa Exhibit
Special NASA Exhibit
The Museum
All week, subject to Museum hours
NASA's Exploration 5 Screen Video and Display is a mini theater that shows visitors a past, present and future of space exploration. This unique video is designed to stretch across five monitors simultaneously. The journey begins with visitors exploring NASA's present activities, learning how NASA technologies improve life on earth and the challenges of human space exploration. This exhibit highlights the beginning of space exploration and ventures into human and robotic voyages of discovery offering a glimpse into a busy future in space.

NASA is developing advanced robotic capabilities needed to survey deep space and planetary surfaces and to map the way for future human exploration. Robonaut 2, or R2 for short, is one of these advanced robotic capabilities being developed. It is the next generation dexterous robot. The exhibit is a scale replica of the actual R2 robotic figure currently residing on the International Space Station.
The Perfect Game Movie
"The Perfect Game" - Movie Showing
The Museum
Showing times at 11am & 5pm
"The Perfect Game", a feature film based on the extraordinary true story of the 1957 Monterrey Industrial Little League Baseball team, opened in April 2010, and centers on the first International team to win the Little League Baseball World Series. The movie will be shown in the Mary C. McGovern Theatre at the museum from Aug. 20 through Aug. 28.
NFL HOF Exhibit
Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL
The Museum
On display through May 31, 2012
More than 50 pieces of professional football history make up "Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL." The exhibition was unveiled June 18 as part of the museum's open house on the same day.

Some of the items in the exhibit feature memorabilia of NFL players who are Pennsylvania natives and all are former Little Leaguers.
Special Nasa Exhibit
Special NASA Exhibit
The Museum
All week, subject to Museum hours
NASA's Exploration 5 Screen Video and Display is a mini theater that shows visitors a past, present and future of space exploration. This unique video is designed to stretch across five monitors simultaneously. The journey begins with visitors exploring NASA's present activities, learning how NASA technologies improve life on earth and the challenges of human space exploration. This exhibit highlights the beginning of space exploration and ventures into human and robotic voyages of discovery offering a glimpse into a busy future in space.

NASA is developing advanced robotic capabilities needed to survey deep space and planetary surfaces and to map the way for future human exploration. Robonaut 2, or R2 for short, is one of these advanced robotic capabilities being developed. It is the next generation dexterous robot. The exhibit is a scale replica of the actual R2 robotic figure currently residing on the International Space Station.
The Perfect Game Movie
"The Perfect Game" - Movie Showing
The Museum
Showing times at 11am & 5pm
"The Perfect Game", a feature film based on the extraordinary true story of the 1957 Monterrey Industrial Little League Baseball team, opened in April 2010, and centers on the first International team to win the Little League Baseball World Series. The movie will be shown in the Mary C. McGovern Theatre at the museum from Aug. 20 through Aug. 28.
NFL HOF Exhibit
Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL
The Museum
On display through May 31, 2012
More than 50 pieces of professional football history make up "Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL." The exhibition was unveiled June 18 as part of the museum's open house on the same day.

Some of the items in the exhibit feature memorabilia of NFL players who are Pennsylvania natives and all are former Little Leaguers.
Special Nasa Exhibit
Special NASA Exhibit
The Museum
All week, subject to Museum hours
NASA's Exploration 5 Screen Video and Display is a mini theater that shows visitors a past, present and future of space exploration. This unique video is designed to stretch across five monitors simultaneously. The journey begins with visitors exploring NASA's present activities, learning how NASA technologies improve life on earth and the challenges of human space exploration. This exhibit highlights the beginning of space exploration and ventures into human and robotic voyages of discovery offering a glimpse into a busy future in space.

NASA is developing advanced robotic capabilities needed to survey deep space and planetary surfaces and to map the way for future human exploration. Robonaut 2, or R2 for short, is one of these advanced robotic capabilities being developed. It is the next generation dexterous robot. The exhibit is a scale replica of the actual R2 robotic figure currently residing on the International Space Station.
The Perfect Game Movie
"The Perfect Game" - Movie Showing
The Museum
Showing times at 11am & 5pm
"The Perfect Game", a feature film based on the extraordinary true story of the 1957 Monterrey Industrial Little League Baseball team, opened in April 2010, and centers on the first International team to win the Little League Baseball World Series. The movie will be shown in the Mary C. McGovern Theatre at the museum from Aug. 20 through Aug. 28.
NFL HOF Exhibit
Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL
The Museum
On display through May 31, 2012
More than 50 pieces of professional football history make up "Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL." The exhibition was unveiled June 18 as part of the museum's open house on the same day.

Some of the items in the exhibit feature memorabilia of NFL players who are Pennsylvania natives and all are former Little Leaguers.
Special Nasa Exhibit
Special NASA Exhibit
The Museum
All week, subject to Museum hours
NASA's Exploration 5 Screen Video and Display is a mini theater that shows visitors a past, present and future of space exploration. This unique video is designed to stretch across five monitors simultaneously. The journey begins with visitors exploring NASA's present activities, learning how NASA technologies improve life on earth and the challenges of human space exploration. This exhibit highlights the beginning of space exploration and ventures into human and robotic voyages of discovery offering a glimpse into a busy future in space.

NASA is developing advanced robotic capabilities needed to survey deep space and planetary surfaces and to map the way for future human exploration. Robonaut 2, or R2 for short, is one of these advanced robotic capabilities being developed. It is the next generation dexterous robot. The exhibit is a scale replica of the actual R2 robotic figure currently residing on the International Space Station.
The Perfect Game Movie
"The Perfect Game" - Movie Showing
The Museum
Showing times at 11am & 5pm
"The Perfect Game", a feature film based on the extraordinary true story of the 1957 Monterrey Industrial Little League Baseball team, opened in April 2010, and centers on the first International team to win the Little League Baseball World Series. The movie will be shown in the Mary C. McGovern Theatre at the museum from Aug. 20 through Aug. 28.
Dr. Joshi
Living in Space: Lessons for Living on Earth - Talk by Dr. Jitendra Joshi
The Museum
2pm - 3pm
Join us for this special presentation by Dr. Jitendra Joshi, NASA Chief Technologist, Exploration.

Living in space for extended durations has a lot of challenges, both for the crew and the crew support systems. Keeping astronauts healthy and fit for duty requires overcoming the deleterious effects of microgravity on the human body. The life support systems that maintain the living environment for the crew offer their own challenges. As mission durations exceed from days to months it becomes essential to recycle the air astronauts breathe, the water they drink and even the food they eat! In order to make long-duration space missions more affordable and human space flight more sustainable, systems have to be efficient in terms of their of their mass, power and volume requirements thus making it an imperative to reduce the ecological footprint of a spacecraft. There are systems level lessons learnt from space missions that can be translated to Earth, for spaceship Earth also has limited resources. Dr. Joshi's talk will draw parallels between human space travel and lessons for resource recycling on Earth.
NFL HOF Exhibit
Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL
The Museum
On display through May 31, 2012
More than 50 pieces of professional football history make up "Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL." The exhibition was unveiled June 18 as part of the museum's open house on the same day.

Some of the items in the exhibit feature memorabilia of NFL players who are Pennsylvania natives and all are former Little Leaguers.
Special Nasa Exhibit
Special NASA Exhibit
The Museum
All week, subject to Museum hours
NASA's Exploration 5 Screen Video and Display is a mini theater that shows visitors a past, present and future of space exploration. This unique video is designed to stretch across five monitors simultaneously. The journey begins with visitors exploring NASA's present activities, learning how NASA technologies improve life on earth and the challenges of human space exploration. This exhibit highlights the beginning of space exploration and ventures into human and robotic voyages of discovery offering a glimpse into a busy future in space.

NASA is developing advanced robotic capabilities needed to survey deep space and planetary surfaces and to map the way for future human exploration. Robonaut 2, or R2 for short, is one of these advanced robotic capabilities being developed. It is the next generation dexterous robot. The exhibit is a scale replica of the actual R2 robotic figure currently residing on the International Space Station.
The Perfect Game Movie
"The Perfect Game" - Movie Showing
The Museum
Showing times at 11am & 5pm
"The Perfect Game", a feature film based on the extraordinary true story of the 1957 Monterrey Industrial Little League Baseball team, opened in April 2010, and centers on the first International team to win the Little League Baseball World Series. The movie will be shown in the Mary C. McGovern Theatre at the museum from Aug. 20 through Aug. 28.
NFL HOF Exhibit
Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL
The Museum
On display through May 31, 2012
More than 50 pieces of professional football history make up "Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL." The exhibition was unveiled June 18 as part of the museum's open house on the same day.

Some of the items in the exhibit feature memorabilia of NFL players who are Pennsylvania natives and all are former Little Leaguers.
Special Nasa Exhibit
Special NASA Exhibit
The Museum
All week, subject to Museum hours
NASA's Exploration 5 Screen Video and Display is a mini theater that shows visitors a past, present and future of space exploration. This unique video is designed to stretch across five monitors simultaneously. The journey begins with visitors exploring NASA's present activities, learning how NASA technologies improve life on earth and the challenges of human space exploration. This exhibit highlights the beginning of space exploration and ventures into human and robotic voyages of discovery offering a glimpse into a busy future in space.

NASA is developing advanced robotic capabilities needed to survey deep space and planetary surfaces and to map the way for future human exploration. Robonaut 2, or R2 for short, is one of these advanced robotic capabilities being developed. It is the next generation dexterous robot. The exhibit is a scale replica of the actual R2 robotic figure currently residing on the International Space Station.
Book - Deal Strike Three
Book Signing by Authors Peter Fertig and Rudy Saviano
The Museum
11 am - 3 pm
Meet and greet with authors Peter Fertig and Rudy Saviano of "The Deal is on Strike Three: The Story Mudville Never Knew".

The Mighty Casey has Struck Out, but now we hear a tale that tells us why it happened, and how Good defeated Evil on that fateful day. The book is a lesson plan in Family Values, the deception that leads to temptation, and the Faith and Hard Work that overcomes obstacles in life. In the review section two Hall of Fame Baseball Players from different eras share what this book can mean to the child in your life.
The Perfect Game Movie
"The Perfect Game" - Movie Showing
The Museum
Showing times at Noon & 2pm
"The Perfect Game", a feature film based on the extraordinary true story of the 1957 Monterrey Industrial Little League Baseball team, opened in April 2010, and centers on the first International team to win the Little League Baseball World Series. The movie will be shown in the Mary C. McGovern Theatre at the museum from Aug. 20 through Aug. 28.
NFL HOF Exhibit
Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL
The Museum
On display through May 31, 2012
More than 50 pieces of professional football history make up "Diamonds to Gridirons: Little Leaguers in the NFL." The exhibition was unveiled June 18 as part of the museum's open house on the same day.

Some of the items in the exhibit feature memorabilia of NFL players who are Pennsylvania natives and all are former Little Leaguers.
Special Nasa Exhibit
Special NASA Exhibit
The Museum
All week, subject to Museum hours
NASA's Exploration 5 Screen Video and Display is a mini theater that shows visitors a past, present and future of space exploration. This unique video is designed to stretch across five monitors simultaneously. The journey begins with visitors exploring NASA's present activities, learning how NASA technologies improve life on earth and the challenges of human space exploration. This exhibit highlights the beginning of space exploration and ventures into human and robotic voyages of discovery offering a glimpse into a busy future in space.

NASA is developing advanced robotic capabilities needed to survey deep space and planetary surfaces and to map the way for future human exploration. Robonaut 2, or R2 for short, is one of these advanced robotic capabilities being developed. It is the next generation dexterous robot. The exhibit is a scale replica of the actual R2 robotic figure currently residing on the International Space Station.
The Perfect Game Movie
"The Perfect Game" - Movie Showing
The Museum
Showing time at Noon
"The Perfect Game", a feature film based on the extraordinary true story of the 1957 Monterrey Industrial Little League Baseball team, opened in April 2010, and centers on the first International team to win the Little League Baseball World Series. The movie will be shown in the Mary C. McGovern Theatre at the museum from Aug. 20 through Aug. 28.