Imagine Nation invites families to join them on Saturday, May 12th at 10am for the unveiling of their re-imagined Science & Energy studio, with new experiences including an interactive ball coaster, wrecking ball pendulum, and New England’s first Breeze Creative Animated Sandbox.
In addition to the new interactive experiences, be sure to check out a performance from the Nutmeg Performing Arts Centre at 12:30pm.
Throughout the day, participants will explore science: Earth & Space workshops with a chance to explore Filtered Light with Inventor Tom at 10:30am, Objects in Motion at 11:30am, Mars Rovers at 12:30pm, and Craters at 1:30pm.
These fun activities will introduce children to the ongoing research happening at NASA in the fields of heliophysics, Earth science, planetary science, and astrophysics, and allow them to get hands-on with Earth and space science concepts.
With these interactive additions to the Science & Energy studio, and with more to come, Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center, A Museum Early Learning Center located at One Pleasant Street in Bristol is the place to let your child’s imagination soar.
Admission is $10.00 per person, Imagine Nation Members and children under one are free.
For further information please call (860) 314-1400 or visit www.imaginenation.org.
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