Earth Day can be more than just thinking about recycling. It is also day to appreciate mother nature for the power force it is. You can do that at The Michigan Science Center. They have a new exhibit that lets you and your family experience all of earth’s impressive power and unpredictable phenomenon like geysers, avalanches, tornados and so much more. Michigan Science Center President and CEO Christian Greer joined Tati live from the museum to talk about the new “Earth Wind Weather” exhibit.
“Earth Wind Weather”, which was made in partnership with GM, is 2,500 square-feet immersive exhibit with 10 new hands-on experiences. At the exhibit, visitors will create avalanches and geysers, command ocean waves, reach into a 12-foot-tall tornado, learn secrets of the Earth’s rotation, transform desert landscapes and more. They can also hear soundscapes recorded from National Parks across America. Greer says this exhibit is great for of all ages because it helps connect STEM concepts that shape our world. Get a look in the video above.
The exhibit is open today for members of the museum. The public opening is Saturday, April 24. “Earth Wind Weather” is included in the price of admission.