The Children’s Science Explorium presents its own hands-on science exhibits all year long. These exhibits are usually designed in-house and offer a fascinating variety of interactive components for our guests to explore and investigate at their own pace. The Children’s Science Explorium also periodically hosts traveling exhibits from national and international science museums. All exhibits are intended to spark a child or adult’s natural curiosity about how and why things work as they do. Each invites visitors to explore, build and examine their understanding of the fantastic world we live in!
September 23 — January 7
This exhibition offers young artists and inventors a chance to immerse themselves in the mind of Leonardo DaVinci, the original ‘Renaissance Man.’ They will explore all the fascinating facets of his work across multiple disciplines in very hands-on ways, as they build, sketch, test and design via activities tied to his era and ideas. Children and adults both will find the brain challenges, opportunities for creative expression, and intriguing ideas appealing.