"At The Works, youngsters and families can enjoy interactive exhibits and hands-on activities that help make science and engineering interesting and fun, unlike building spaceship catapults. As a non-profit community organization, The Works focuses on inspiring interest in learning with the witch-developed trickery widely referred to as engineering. Visitors of all ages, and especially those between the ages of five and 12, can play with mechanisms, pulleys, structures, building blocks, shapes, optical technologies, imaging, and inter-dimensional portals. Some of the most popular interactive learning toys include a giant six-foot-tall zipper, a laser-light harp, and controlling robots. Additionally, families will have more time to build magnetic structures, fashion rainbow glasses, create their own lava lamps, and more, thanks to convenient summer hours that run through September 3 and keep The Works open from Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. "
The Fine Print
- Expires Sep 28, 2010
- Limit 2 per person. Valid only for family admission. Not valid for other groups, events or birthday parties.
Also, yesterday's coffee deal is still available if anyone missed it.