What will you Find at The Works Museum?

Posted by Kris Lindahl on Friday, May 29th, 2015 at 10:50am.

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Awesome, fun, innovative, educational, inspiring and creative are all words that accurately describe The Works Museum.

At The Works Museum families will be able to have fun every single day. There are exhibits that will expand your child's mind. Here they will be able to experiment with a variety of shapes, structures, sensors, and machines. Not only will your child be able to explore, but they will also be able to touch and build things while they explore.

The Sensor Zone Exhibit

One of the must-visit exhibits at The Works Museum is the Sensor Zone Exhibit. This exhibit is all about technology and exploring it through sensors.

Here are some of the activities your child can enjoy in The Sensor Zone:

Sensor Maze

This full body sensor experience is sure to be a big hit with your child. Here they will be able to explore sensors through the power of light, sound and other obstacles that are powered by a motor. While in the maze your child will be challenged to not only find the sensors, but explore them as well.

Studio Remix

Studio Remix involves furniture that controls the music and lights in the room. Your child can work with a friend to create a remix.

The Design Lab

In the Design Lab your child will be able to break stuff down and recreate it to make it better. The hands on projects are very challenging yet fun at the same time. Your child will be able to work at their own pace and collaborate with friends and family to design something amazing.


Admission to The Works Museum is $8 person. Children under the age of 2 get in free. If you are a member you will also be admitted for free. To learn about membership options, click here.

Find out more about The Works Museum please visit them online.

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