Wow! If you haven’t heard yet? We’ve partnered back up with the Great Lakes Science Center! As a result, you’ll want to hear about our Easter Weekend!
My entire family went for a special event held at the Great Lakes Science Center on Friday! There were tons of activities to do!
Some of the highlights included an egg drop from space! How awesome is that?!
All of the kids wanted to do it and so did us parents so guess what? We did. Read on to view how my egg drop went!
While we were there we also got to see a gentleman blow bubbles out of using all sorts of objects. That was fun and a real highlight for my kiddos!
My youngest daughter really loved going after the biggest bubbles and my other kids enjoyed popping them too! 🙂
We tried to view the Peeps in Space a few times but unfortunately, they couldn’t get that to work. At least not while we were there.
One of my favorite things about the Science center is that all of the employees seem very nice, knowledgeable, and helpful!
We really noticed this is the new car center area.
VROOM! A Car Adventure Review
VROOM! A Car Adventure is a gigantic car themed room at the Great Lakes Science Center!
In fact, you can build a car and put it on a track, slide cars down the fast lanes, and even pretend to be the pit crew.
This is just some of the fun ideas to do there! FYI! Our entire family enjoyed this room too! 🙂
We would certainly go back to the Science Center again! As a matter of fact! Check out our first visit here! This is our second! I wonder how much cooler our third visit will be?
What a great place! Looks like a fun experience
Thank you! It was such a fun experience for the entire family! 🙂
Sandy Klocinski says
I especially liked the NASA exhibit. The IMAX movie about the Great Barrier Reef is a good time too. I’ve been to other museums or science centers that had better exhibits
I agree the Nasa exhibit is really neat! I love how you feel like your almost in space when you’re inside. I haven’t had the opportunity to check out the IMAX movie room yet but hopefully on the next visit. 🙂