Traveling Exhibits

Our exhibits cover a wide range of educational topics, from the art of origami to the mysteries of the ancient Mayan civilization. Exhibits range from 400 sq. ft. to 3,000 sq. ft. and are available for 3-6 month rentals.

Diamonds

Children up to age 12, Families, School Groups
2,000-3,000 sq. ft.
Formed billions of years ago deep within the Earth, diamonds are the hardest natural substance known. Learn about diamond formation, exploration, mining and process, and properties.

Dinosaurs: Fossils Exposed

Children up to age 12, Families, School Groups
1,500-2,000 sq. ft.
Dinosaurs: Fossils Exposed explores the bones and fossils belonging to the giant creatures that once roamed the Earth.

Eat Well, Play Well

Children up to age 12, Families, School Groups
500-1,000 sq. ft.
What is in the food we eat? Are fruits and vegetables important? Can everyday activities burn calories? This highly interactive exhibit encourages healthy living by teaching the science of making healthy food choices.

Exploring the Frontier

Children up to age 12, Families, School Groups
1,000-1,500 sq. ft.
Discover a place where cultures and history merge. Obtain provisions at the trading post and calculate how to cross the river with all of your supplies as you explore the American frontier.

How People Make Things

Children up to age 12, Families, School Groups
1,500-2,000 sq. ft.
Every object in our world has a story of how it is made. This exhibit tells that story by showing you the technology used to manufacture familiar childhood objects!

Imaginate

Children up to age 12, Families, School Groups
2,000-3,500 sq. ft.
Innovation is neither quick nor easy. Nothing beats experience and perseverance when it comes to creating something. In this exhibit, patience and observation are key in investigating materials and their properties.

Magnificent Me

Children up to age 12, Families, School Groups
2,000-2,500 sq. ft.
In this exhibit you can pump a heart, stretch your intestines, fool your senses, make your skeleton dance, see actual preserved human organs, and more!

Mystery of the Mayan Medallion

Children up to age 12, Families, School Groups
3,000-3,500 sq. ft.
This exhibit uses the mystery and intrigue of the Mayan empire to explore math, science and history in a unique and interesting way sure to capture the attention of all who visit.

Science & Art

Children up to age 12, Families, School Groups
2,500-3,000 sq. ft.
What does origami have to do with geometry? How is music created from a micro-chip? Science & Art explores how the two aren’t the same thing but have much in common.