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The DoSeum offers 68,000 square feet of interactive space where kids can explore the joy of learning through interactive galleries connected to STEM, the arts, and literacy.
With an emphasis on digital literacy and digital citizenship, the new SEMMES Foundation Spy Academy teaches spies how to utilize and communicate information across digital platforms, and how to interact safely and respectfully online, while also bridging the gap between the digital world and the real world through cooperative play.
Innovation starts with tinkering. From blocks and balls to simple machines, Innovation Station gives kids space — physically and mentally — to imagine, create, and build. The focus is on the process, not the product. Children are encouraged to evaluate, try, fail, re-evaluate, and try again.
Organized by a mix of businesses along a wide, encircling boulevard, Little Town includes child-scaled immersive environments—each a familiar, themed space where kids learn by role-playing the adults in their lives.
Through hands-on exploration in Force Course, kids learn important principles about force and motion. Exploring this interactive space includes simple machines- inclined planes, pulleys, wheels, wedges, levers - that children can use to create their own ball runs and music!
Imagine It! addresses the multiple pathways to story-making, with “try-on” characters, environment-based scenarios, and connections to the written word. These skills help foster a love of reading and writing for the next generation.
The Sensations Studio makes sound and light come alive. By playing with a wide variety of light and sound phenomena, kids explore the intersection between science and art. Although their attention may be focused on making music with at the DJ Station, or bouncing a laser around on mirrors, students are gaining an intuition for sound and light concepts.
A beautiful outdoor exhibit space that integrates interactive, dynamic exhibit pieces with LEED-certified building features and Southwest-inspired landscaping that creates the feeling of a museum within a park.
eXplore will spark curiosity about the world, its cultures and the systems that support it! Create your own Megalopolis that is rooted in the idea that a community is composed of individual parts that can fit together in multiple ways. Kids can wave and greet new friends in another country in a live two-way viewpoint connected to Mexico City’s Papalote Museo del Nino!
November 12 - January 8
In this exhibition, artist Christian Michel invites all visitors to unleash monstrous creativity!