The Peggy Notebeart Nature Museum opened their newest 2,500-square-foot “Exploring Trees Inside and Out” traveling exhibition. This also happens to be the last stop for this exhibit’s national tour that ran for the last 3 years.
- The exhibit is designed for families and visitors to gain some fun learning experiences and environmental education through play.“Sensation Stations” are set up where you can:
- Become a forest creature in a real-time, animated, blue-screen flying experience.
- Climb through the inside of a tree and then slide into a pile of leaves.
- Touch bark, smell cedar, cinnamon and maple sap and listen to the sounds of animals that call trees home.
- Crawl inside a giant log and experience it as a habitat for living things.
- Play in a larger-than-life bird’s nest.
- See light filter through leaves and listen as water moves through the roots.
(PCIPR Press Release)
This highly interactive exhibit is sponsored by Doubletree Hotels. You can also find more information at www.naturemuseum.org