I have been curious about the Adventure Science Center since I arrived here in Nashville almost two years ago. I wanted to go check it out but I was a little put off by the admission prices. When you have two kids, the expense really adds up! (I know, just imagine if I had more!) Anyway, I caught a special on Groupon, which offers daily half off or more deals in your city where I could get the membership for half off so I signed up! So here is my Adventure Science Center review with pictures.
The Adventure Science Center
My kids loved the our trip to what is basically an interactive science museum. We went for the first time yesterday and this morning my daughter asked if we could go back again.
So here’s the scoop about some of the things that are inside along with Adventure Science Center pictures.
My kids had so much fun playing with the beach balls and trying to suspend them with air from the fans. This is located near the entry of the Adventure Science Building.
Here you can see the heat sensor. When you walk in front of this screen at the Adventure Science Center, it shows where your body heat is centered. I tried this when I was pregnant and it was pretty cool!
This is part of the Adventure Science Center preschool room and my son loved climbing in and out of this train and rearranging the big foam blocks inside. It was very fun for him to be able to climb on the train and pretend to go for a ride and also to pretend to drive the train!
There were also some great building toys in the Adventure Science Center preschool are that my kids had fun manipulating.
These Adventure Science Center photos just show a small assortment of what was there. The science facility for kids is really, really nice, with so much for the kids to explore and learn about! It is a little more aimed at older children but there is still plenty for the preschoolers to love!
Don’t forget to check out the Sudekum Planetarium while you are there! Also they host lots of events and day camps so check out their website for all the latest information. Have you been to the Adventure Science Center yet? What is your favorite part?