Children's Museum of New Hampshire


February 06. 2016 1:28AM
 






6 Washington Street
Dover, NH 03820
Ph: 603-742-2002


Explore the fascinating phenomena of reflection and symmetry in the museum's one-of-a-kind Kaleidoscopic exhibit.
Learn about aerodynamics and exercise your creativity in their Build It, Fly It exhibit. Become a paleontologist! Don a lab coat and goggles and dig for a Triceratops fossil. Explore and experiment with Music Matrix, an interactive sound sculpture full of shapes and colors. Look across to Sound Watch to see what sound waves look like. As you press on each Music Matrix shape, corresponding sound waves dance across a plasma TV screen at different frequencies and illuminate a network of brightly-colored, pulsating lights. Make a three-dimensional impression of your face, hands or your whole body with their foot-tall pin screen. This exhibit provides an entertaining and active way to learn about sculpture and dimension. These are just a few of the exhibits that the Children's Museum of New Hampshire has in store for you and your little ones. With something for kids of all ages, the museum offers a unique hands-on learning experience for everyone.

Website: https://www.childrens-museum.org/
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Email: gdoleac@childrens-museum.org
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