We had lunch and I had a chance to greet some amazing bloggers there:
We then went to explore the museum and what an adventure it was!
We started with the Rubicks Cube Experience, an exhibit which will start at the museum and tour the world!
We visited The Communication Exhibit where we explored different stations and my son’s favorite was the part where he could practice foreign languages!
We went to the Eat and Be Eaten exhibit where we saw live animals and discovered their tricks for catching food without becoming dinner themselves.
We visited the Energy Quest exhibit where we found out what our energy choices are and how we harness Earth’s diverse resources.
We looked at Home is where the Hive is – where honey bees are so important to our ecosystem and to the well-being of plants, animals, and humans alike. This new permanent exhibit gives a close-up view of a beehive so visitors can learn more about these essential creatures.
In The Infection Connection, I found out some amazing facts, but my favorite was about bacterias and lipstick!
My son’s most favorite part was the Lightning Show where we explored the excitement of electricity with singing Tesla coils, robotic drums, and wireless illumination. Twin solid-state one million-volt Tesla coils produce bursts of musical lightning in their dazzling new show. We loved the music and lights, which captivated children and adults in the audience!
We received a beautiful bag with great gifts, including a Rubick’s Cube and themed Mug, Clifford’s Book, Mark Hill Hair Products and a KiwiCrate set! My husband loves waking up in the morning and drinking his coffee in the beautiful mug!
We will be giving away 4 Liberty Science Tickets for a family to enjoy the same great experience!
We will be returning there soon and can’t wait to share more amazing new discoveries with you!