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TASM Features New Exhibit
By Tourism Industry Partner
It’s a week full of fun and educational events as the Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium lifts-off Spring Break activities by featuring a new interactive exhibit, MEMORY. MEMORY includes interactive exhibits that demonstrate how and why humans remember, how memories change over time, and how and why some memories intensify while others are forgotten.
With more than 20 hands-on activities for all ages, visitors learn how people remember what they hear, see, touch and smell, and how different kinds of memories are stored or lost. When did you see your first airplane? What about your first planetarium show? Bring your family and friends to make new memories together during Spring Break at the Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium.
Other exciting week-long activities include; sidewalk astronomy, flight simulator lab, “test drive” a SEGWAY, and open cockpit seating for visitors.
You know it’s not Spring Break at the Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium without exciting one-day camps. On Monday, March 14, Tinkering! Campers design and experiment using LEGO®, mini motors and paint.
Tuesday, March 15, Exploring the Skies! Campers experience the challenges and excitement that pilots face through flight simulation and actual cockpit environments.
Wednesday, March 16th, Robotics! Robotics is an exciting way to explore imaginations while campers discover science and technology. "Tech teams" invent, build and program robot(s) to navigate an obstacle course full of challenges. Students work as teams using LEGO® Mindstorms RCX.
Reservations are required for all camps and space is limited. For more information, call (918) 834.9900 x116 or visit TASM’s web site at www.TulsaAirAndSpaceMuseum.org.
For more information on the one-day camps and other Spring Break activities contact the Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium at (918) 834-9900 or visit TulsaAirAndSpaceMuseum.org. Don’t forget to become a TASM member during your visit and enjoy free Museum & Planetarium admission for an entire year.
Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium is located at 3624 N. 74th East Ave, across from the Tulsa Zoo/Mohawk Park entrance. Spring Break schedule is Monday through Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm and 1-5 pm on Sunday.
Contact: Diana Edens
(918) 834.9900 x 115 email@example.com