Visiting during spring break? Buy your tickets now.

Spend the morning at MSI exploring how technology is increasingly being integrated into our clothing—and even our bodies.

Bring the family to enjoy breakfast and hear from one of the creators featured in our newest exhibit, Wired to Wear™. Thirteen-year-old Jordan Reeves will share her story about how she utilized STEM and her own creativity to break the rules in designing her own 3D-printed prosthetic arm – which looks like a unicorn horn and sprays glitter.

Plus you'll get access to explore Wired to Wear before hours, and can also take part in Makers United, a new workshop where you build your own wearable object.

Tickets

$45 for adults
$30 for children (ages 3–11)

Tickets include breakfast, pre-open entry to Wired to Wear and Makers United, all-day Museum Entry, and on-site parking in our underground garage. Makers United is recommended for ages 6 and up.

Register online

You'll select timed-entry tickets for Wired to Wear and Makers United. Availability is limited. Certain ticket combinations may not be available. For assistance, call the Museum at 773-684-1414 (option 3).

About Jordan

Born without a portion of her left arm, Jordan Reeves designed a 3D-printed prosthetic that shoots off glitter, helping challenge the way we think about physical differences. Along with her mom Jen, the two co-founded the nonprofit Born Just Right, which empowers kids with limb differences to use STEM to build their own solutions. Jordan has shared her glitter cannon invention with The Rachael Ray Show, MakerFaire, and TEDx. She and her family currently live in Columbia, Missouri.

Wired to Wear is presented by

Makers United is sponsored by