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Field Trip Exhibit Highlights

 
Math Midway 2 Go

Math Midway 2 Go

Sept. 14, 2016-Jan. 2, 2017

Make math fun this year with six hands-on mathematics exhibits designed by the National Museum of Mathematics.

Goose Bumps! The Science of Fear

Goose Bumps!: The Science of Fear

Jan. 21-Sept. 4, 2017

Examine the physiological, neurobiological, and sociological aspects of fear inside the safe and enjoyable environment of Goose Bumps! The Science of Fear. See More

Physics Playground

Students play with a plethora of hands-on exhibits designed to reinforce their understanding of momentum, gravity, friction, simple machines, and several more physical concepts that govern our universe.

Exhibits to Explore: Newton Chairs, Friction Wheels, Pulley Power, Giant Lever, KEVA Build It Up!, and many more

Earth, Wind, and Water

Students explore the science behind the world’s elements as they manipulate the flow of water, dig for fossils, and learn to forecast the weather with Ed Hanna, Chief Meteorologist for WFMZ 69 News and the Accuweather Channel.

Exhibits to Explore: Water Table, Dino Dig Pit, Be a Weather Forecaster, and B104 Honeybee Hive

Today’s Tech

Students look at the world from various scales to uncover the hidden secrets behind the technologies they use every single day and the ways in which nanotechnology will influence the future of science and society.

Exhibits to Explore: Pin Wall, Scopes on Ropes, Watch Water Freeze, and Carbon Nanotube Tower

Innovation and Invention

Students develop the mindset of being an inventor as they tackle various design challenges and gather inspiration from some of the greatest innovators in the Lehigh Valley region.

Exhibits to Explore: High Flyer, Mack Truck Exhibits, Innovation Square, Hydraulic T-Rex, Animation Station, and Paper Airplanes

Science In the Dark

Students become the subject of their own scientific investigations in our two Science In the Dark experiences that are sure to de-light visitors of all ages!

Exhibits to Explore: Darkened Tunnel* and Shadow Room

* Each group is assigned their own 10-minute time to maximize their experience

Aquatic Adventures

Students are immersed in the marine sciences and explore the depths of the ocean from the safety and security of dry land. Educators are available regularly to take students through hands-on experiences to augment a marine tank full of live plants and animals.

Exhibits to Explore: Marine Tank
 

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