Citizens of the World is a program for kids and families. Join us to explore the world's scientific and cultural heritages. Be inspired by great minds and discoveries and the intellectual traditions that have enriched humanity.

Looking at the traditions of reason, science, and humanism, that have led to the rich and diverse world we live in today, CFARS Citizens of the World program makes exploring these traditions a lot of fun.  It's a way for families to come together and nurture our children in the legacy of reason.  Citizens of the World is also an avenue for engaging in volunteer activities to make our world a better place.

Citizens of the World: Notable Places Visited 

Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles, California                     

Tycho Brahe's Observatory and Museum, Isle of Hven, Sweden

James Clerk Maxwell's House and Museum, Edinburgh, Scotland

Installation - Other Spaces - 180 The Strand, London, England

Natural History Museum, Los Angeles, California

Marie Curie Museum, Warsaw, Poland

Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Denver, Colorado

Dinosaur Ridge, Morrison,Colorado 

La Brea Tar Pits and Museum, Los Angeles, California 

The Anne Frank House, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 

Necropoli Grotticelli, Tomb of Archimedes, Syracuse, Italy

Spinoza's House and Museum, Rijnsburg, The Netherlands

Kepler Museum, Prague, Czech Republic

Mausoleum of Philosopher David Hume, Edinburgh, Scotland

Sigmund Freud Museum, Vienna, Austria

The British Museum, London, England

National Gandhi Museum, New Delhi, India 

Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.

Holocaust Museum, Houston, Texas