Exhibits

Goose Bumps! The Science of Fear

Goose Bumps! The Science of Fear appears at the Da Vinci Science Center until Sept. 4, 2017. Through fun, interactive challenges, visitors experience fear in a safe environment and...

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PPL Electric Utilities Energy Zone

The PPL Electric Utilities Energy Zone explores the nature of energy and compares the energy visitors use to move their bodies and the electrical energy they use to light...

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Engineers On a Roll

Now Open The expansive preschool exhibit experience Engineers On a Roll is a combined engineering lab, playscape, and climbing space that offers preschool children hours of active fun while...

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Deer Park Water Table

The Deer Park Water Table is designed specifically for preschool-aged children and sits less than four feet above the ground. The exhibit features movable parts that visitors can position...

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KEVA Build It Up!

KEVA Build It Up! is an interactive experience that lets visitors show off their design and building skills using the popular KEVA planks. The KEVA Build It Up! studio...

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Newton Chairs

Visitors discover Sir Isaac Newton’s Second Law of Motion – that force is equal to mass multiplied by acceleration – as they sit on the chairs facing each other...

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Pin Wall

Based upon the concept of pixels on a television screen, the Pin Wall features thousands of injection-molded pins that allow visitors to create detailed representations of body parts, designs,...

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Tunnel Vision

One of the Da Vinci Science Center’s most popular exhibits, Tunnel Vision is a hit with visitors because it lets them crawl through a 72-foot maze-like tunnel in complete...

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Marine Tank

The Da Vinci Science Center’s 560-gallon Marine Tank lets visitors see a variety of creatures, watch hermit crabs peek from small rock caves, and discover why spider crabs camouflage...

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Invent-a-Car

This exhibit for preschool kids lets them design their own cars using plastic parts, decorations, and nuts and bolts. After creating their dream rides, youngsters can hop inside their...

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Animation Station

The Animation Station exhibit gives visitors opportunities to create their own stop-motion animations by moving objects on a stage and taking a series of still frame images. A computer...

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Quakes and Shakes Seismometer

 The Da Vinci Science Center’s Quakes and Shakes Seismometer measures strong seismic activity around the world and broadcasts to its exhibit floor. A feed from the seismometer also...

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Art Exhibits

As Leonardo da Vinci is known to many as the greatest artist and scientist of all time, pieces on the Da Vinci Science Center’s exhibit floors showcase the connections...

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Innovation Square

The Innovation Square exhibit was developed for Da Vinci Science Center visitors to explore many of the scientific and technical innovations originating in and impacting life in eastern Pennsylvania...

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Built Like a Mack Truck

The Da Vinci Science Center’s exclusive Mack Trucks exhibit features a life-sized truck cab and game simulator challenges visitors to build the most fuel-efficient and environmentally-friendly Mack Truck and...

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Hurricane Simulator

The Hurricane Simulator is a tube in which visitors stand and experience wind forces accelerating up to 78 miles per hour, the minimum speed of a Category 1 hurricane....

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Watch Water Freeze

The Watch Water Freeze exhibit, produced by The Exploratorium in San Francisco, Ca., offers a beautiful look into the world of ice crystals. Visitors spray a thin sheet of...

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Nano Exhibits

The Da Vinci Science Center’s nanotechnology exhibits highlight the basics of nanoscale science, introduce some real world applications, and explore their implications. Nanotechnology is the study of things that...

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WFMZ Weather Station

WFMZ 69 News Chief Meteorologist Ed Hanna explains meteorology, provides live weather maps and radar readings, and invites visitors to present their own forecasts in front of a blue...

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Pulley Power

Four pulleys and a 120-pound weight offer visitors a test of strength as they discover leverage and how simple machines make heavy duty work much easier. As visitors use...

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Robot Dinosaur

T-Rexroth, the Da Vinci Science Center’s robotic dinosaur, demonstrates hydraulic technologies that theme parks use to create exciting attractions. Visitors can make him move with a joystick. Parts of...

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High Flyers

Send paper rockets soaring in our High Flyers exhibit! Creative “rocket designers” cut different shapes from paper cups to see which ones fly higher or faster. An endless supply...

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