PI Day at the Museum of Discovery 

Today is not just PI Day, it is a very special PI Day. 

PI Day is an annual celebration commemorating the mathematical constant PI.  This year is extra special–once in a lifetime–because at exactly 9:26:53a.m. It will be 3.14.15; 9:26:53. Those are the first 10 ungrounded dugouts of PI in perfect order. It is a feat that will be unrepeated until 2115.

The Museum of Discovery has rounded up (pun intended) some activities to mark the occasion.

  • There will be special hands-on activities in the Great Hall. 
  • An interactive reading of Sir Cumference and the Dragon of PI led by Visitor Experience Director Kevin Delaney in the theatre at 1pm and 3pm
  • At 10am there will be Wiggle Worm activities
  • Awesome Science demonstrations at 11am and 2pm

And while in the River Market District you can enjoy pizza pies at Gusanos, Jay’s, Iriana’s, or Damgoode.