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Recent Features + Mentions
Beat the Winter Blues: Indoor Destinations for Kids Within Driving Distance of Evansville & Owensboro
99.1 FM shares a few of their favorite family destinations within driving distance from Evansville, IN, and Owensboro, KY.
Fox 17 Nashville shares the highlights of their night at Wonka Late Play Date, a 21+ event at Adventure Science Center.
Nashville Voice shares the best things to do within your first year of living in Nashville, including the Grand Ole Opry, East Nashville Farmers Market, and Adventure Science Center.
Thrillist breaks down the best accessible museums, parks, events, and activities across Nashville, including Adventure Science Center!
WKRN Local on 2 chats with President & CEO - Leah Melber, Ph.D. - about upcoming events and everyday activities at the science center.
Thrillist gives a run-down of the best, weird museums and science centers across Nashville, including Adventure Science Center. Read about why the science center is an interactive destination for all ages.
In their monthly round-up of everything happening in and around Nashville, StyleBlueprint highlights the Pink Floyd Laser Shows at Adventure Science Center on Friday, March 3, 2023. These special laser shows, created in-house at the Sudekum Planetarium, are designed to honor the band's legacy while celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Dark Side of the Moon.
Only in Your State gives you an up-close look at some of Adventure Science Center's 175+ hands-on exhibits.
Nashville Lifestyles joined Adventure Science Center for our annual fundraising gala, awaken: Wonder. Guests enjoyed creative cuisine & cocktails, unique entertainment, and after-hours access to over 175 exhibits & interactives.
NewsChannel 5 joins Adventure Science Center's Chief Development Officer, Kat Cloud, to visit Adventure Gallery, home to the new Kinetic Climber exhibit. This experience encourages guests of all ages to explore the science of adventure through eight dynamic challenges.
The Elumenati just paid us a visit to update our Worlds of Wonder exhibit in Space Chase. This amazing team has been working with us since 2015 and we are thankful to have a brand-new projection system and a fresh exhibit, where guests explore our solar system with data and information on the different planets.
NewsChannel 5 joins Adventure Science Center's Director of Exhibits and Planetarium, Morgan Rehnberg Ph.D., to visit Recycle Rainforest, an interactive experience that combines making, creating, and art with ecology and recycling/reuse. This exhibit includes a rainforest set, constructed entirely of recyclable materials, and the option to create your own rainforest plant or animal from recycled materials, all while learning about the importance of conservation and ecology.
NewsChannel 5 links up with Adventure Science Center's VP of Marketing, Suzanna Best, to visit Infinium Room, an immersive, interactive exhibit that explores the concept of infinity. Video floors, mirrors on the walls and ceiling, and completely original, dynamic visual content is synchronized to a 360° audio soundscape to create a truly immersive experience.
"Imagine saying 'I do' beneath a backdrop of 6.5 million stars in the Sudekum Planetarium." Our planetarium seats up to 166 guests under a 63 foot-tall dome with a state-of-the-art projection system.
NewsChannel 5 was on-site to cover the ribbon-cutting ceremony and speak to Chrissy Hood, mother of a 19-year-old with several disabilities, about the importance of dignified toileting solutions for those in need.
Join us this spring as Tinkering Garage returns to Adventure Science Center.
Belmont University offered Metro Nashville Public Schools juniors an opportunity to take a college course in a three-week program to give them a taste of the college experience as they begin considering the future.
Adventure Science Center is set to host a series of historical cars from the long lineage of one of America’s most iconic sports cars.
Take a break from history and country music and treat your kids to some hands-on educational entertainment.
Best Achievement in an Unexpected Art Form
NewsChannel5's Tuwanda Coleman talks to Adventure Science Center's President / CEO, Steve Hinkley, about Car Culture
Cassadee Pope's Performance of "What the Stars See" in the Sudekum Planetarium Filmed for The Kelly Clarkson Show
Tuwanda Coleman from NewsChannel 5 visits Adventure Science Center to talk about the new beehive and reopened Adventure Tower.
Canadian podcaster and radio host, Jeremy Bradley, visits the science center and quickly learns that it's a great space for adults after taking a spin through soundBox and Tinkering Garage. Click here to listen to the recording.