The National Geographic Earth Explorers is constantly bringing in new exhibits. The newest exhibit is National Geographic Earth Explorers. This exhibit is only on display from September 21, 2014 – January 4, 2015. It may seem like plenty of time, but don’t put it off. You’re family will truly enjoy this one of a kind exhibit.
The Science Center is open daily from 10am – 5pm. General admission is $16.95 for adults and $11.95 for children (3-17). There is so much to see and do with your general admission. A few exhibits war an additional charge. The Earth Explorers exhibit is an additional $7 for adults and $5 for children.
National Geographic Earth Explorers is is divided into five sections. The sections are polar, rain forests, oceans, mountains and caves and savanna. My sons favorite part of the whole exhibit was the ocean region. He is obsessed with sharks and of course, an 11 foot replica of a great white was on display.
The Five Regions of the Exhibit:
- Chill: Polar Regions
- Trek: Rain Forest Regions
- Dive: Ocean Regions
- Climb: Mountains and Caves
- Soar: Savanna Regions
I love how the exhibit is so interactive. My boys were inthralled with everything on display and yet they were afraid to touch anything. I had to explain to them that the more they played with and touched the displays, the more they could learn. Now, a few things were off limits but only very few items. At this age my boys have little sponges for brains. I want to take advantage of that as long as possible!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for Arizona Science Center. All opinions are my own.