We’d like to remind everyone that the Notion of Motion exhibit is now open at Thanksgiving Point, and is going to be running through June. Thanksgiving Point has a long history of bringing in attractions that are both entertaining as well as being educational, and Notion of Motion is no exception. Being centrally located is another one of the perks that Thanksgiving Point brings to the experience, being both easy to locate and easy to access, no matter where you are coming from in Utah.
This exhibit is on loan from the world famous Exploratorium in San Francisco, featuring attractions where science and spectacle meet up. Notion of Motion uses custom attractions built by scientist and physicists, which illustrate scientific principles in an accessible way for everyone that is involved in viewing them. They also have various degree of interactivity, so onlookers are able to alter and affect what is going on.
Notion of Motion is great for both kids and adults. If you are looking for a fun family experience that everyone can enjoy, then consider checking it out! The exhibit is based on the experiments run by Newton and Galileo, giving them a scientific base and pedigree that is awesome to look into. Learn about our world and the natural laws that govern it while being amazed at the exhibit itself.
The exhibit is run by friendly professionals who are glad to answer your questions and show you a great time. Family time is bonding time, so we always encourage the stuff that is both fun and educational to our readers! The more you go out and experience and learn about, the
At Checkcity, we encourage our readers and customers alike to check out cultural points of interest around the state whenever you can! these exhibits are there to entertain and to educate. whether you are taking your family there or are going for yourself, there is always something to be found in these spaces which can impress and make a difference!
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