Entertaining Earth Explorers Exhibit in Phoenix, Arizona
The Arizona Science Center is a great place in Phoenix which is focused on making science fun for everyone. In olden days, explorers were celebrated as heroes for their valor and spirit of independence. The Earth Explorers Exhibit was created in honor of these heroes, who braved nature to discover the world.
Arizona Science Center started as a community project in 1980. The junior league of Phoenix was the driving force behind the center. The science center was established as a learning facility for families and students. The center provides extra learning opportunities in science, and services including outreach programs, focused field trips, camps, and classes. They present impressive shows in their five-story IMAX Theatre and featured exhibitions in the Dorrance Planetarium.
The science center has certain permanent exhibits for the visitors. The exhibits include W.O.N.D.E.R center, Evans Family Sky Cycle, All About me, Flight Zone, Force or Nature, My Digital World and much more. The Ham Shack is an integral part of the science center. Here, you could learn the technique to write your name in Morse code.
National Geographic’s “Earth Explorers” exhibit at the Arizona Science Center is designed to recreate the experience of exploration for the audiences. The exhibit features five ecosystems - Polar Regions, Rainforests, Caves, Oceans, and African savanna. The event allows visitors of all ages to understand the awe-inspiring parts of the world. Each region of the exhibit is created as a replica of real life ecosystems in these five areas. Replicas include polar bears, penguins, zebras, lions, white sharks and great snakes. You could also experience the vortex, hot crystal caves, and submarine.
This event ends on January 4, 2015.
Event Timings: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. daily.
Arizona Science Center,
600 E. Washington St. Phoenix,
AZ - 85004.
For more information about the event, call 602-716-2000 or click here.
Come and explore the science fun with your friends and family.
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