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Michigan Science Center Hosts FREE Admission Community Day

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The Michigan Science Center is hosting a FREE Community Day on Sunday, March 20th and tickets go on sale Monday, March 14th.

 

It’s always a good time at the Michigan Science Center and even better when it’s FREE! Reserve your tickets for Community Day and enjoy over 220+ interactive exhibits, live demonstrations and special themed activities:

  • KABOOMISTRY! – a live, colorful combustion presentation that demonstrates the relationships between pressure, temperature and fuel to explain why things explode.
  • Tablecloth Trick – a lesson in inertia that explains the popular magician’s trick of yanking a tablecloth from under food and dishes without disturbance.
  • Exploring the Universe: Filtered Light – a collaborative art project that explores light and demonstrates how scientists can use telescopes and other tools to capture and filter different energies to study the universe.
  • Disappearing Water – chemistry demonstration that explores polymers, state changes and gravity, and shows how the super-absorbent properties of sodium polyacrylate can make water vanish.
  • Math-Magicians – a lesson in using probability calculations to fool the mind and trick the senses.

 

The Michigan Science Center is open Wednesdays to Sunday from 10am to 4pm. Admission is $14 for kids ages 2 to 15 and $18 for guests 16+. The museum is a member of the Museums for All program and families can receive $3 admission for up to 4 people when you show your SNAP/EBT card.

 

Reserve your FREE tickets to Community Day here

 

Michigan Science Center // 5020 John R. Street, Detroit, MI 48202

 

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