Science Center of Iowa
When it first opened it doors in 1970, the Science Center of Iowa was among the first interactive science museums in the world. It engaged the community with hands-on exhibits and programs. In 2005, the center moved to its 110,00-square-foot downtown location, where it fills its halls with a variety of experience platforms, each demonstrating different scientific principles. The When Things Get Moving exhibit invites visitors to build rockets and conquer a domino obstacle course, and Why the Sky? demonstrates the science of space with a digital planet-exploration globe and a bottle of gas collected in space. Interact with exhibits that demonstrate the basic principles of physics in the themed scenario, the Eureka! Lab. Friday nights allow the 21 and up crowd to mix it up with drinks, mingling, science and entertainment. The first Friday of every month offers an exclusive opportunity to experience all that the Science Center of Iowa has to offer–minus the kids.
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