The Workshop is The Works Museum’s new creative space for families.
In The Workshop, families can take specialty classes together in areas like electronics, sewing and wearable tech, woodworking, and more. You’ll be the creator, inventor, and maker – the engineer.
It’s also where visitors participate in our own Engineering Design Process. You might test and share feedback on prototype activities for a new camp, try out a new experience we’re considering for the Museum floor, or experience a feature with one of our STEM partners. You might also find new or much-loved design challenges, or suggest something you’d like to see us workshop for the Museum.
The Workshop is a dynamic space where you’re the engineer. Come create, make, and problem solve with us today!
Upcoming Events in The Workshop
The Workshop will be holding special classes for kids ages 9 to 99. (Adults, you are welcome to participate too!) Please use the links below to register for a class. Space is limited. Please watch for a confirmation email within 24 hours of submitting the form to confirm your place in the class.
Through the month of January – Classes are free with the cost of admission, and free for members. We hope to get your feedback on our first offerings!
1/15 10:00 a.m. – Soldered Pendants – CLASS FULL Click here to be added to the waitlist
For questions regarding class offerings, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.