Pasadena’s Kidspace opens up Physics Forest for scientists of all ages, but focused toward elementary students.
Kidspace Museum’s new $4.4-million Robert & Mary Galvin Physics Forest, with 13 outdoor interactive exhibits on a half-acre of the Arroyo Seco campus, opened Thursday. “The hands-on exhibit is the first of its kind in the country, and perhaps the world,” said Kidspace CEO Michael Shanklin.
Each exhibit, specially designed for Kidspace by Florida-based “Hands On Interactive,” demonstrates a fundamental physics principle.
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