DIY Science in Nashville - Adventure Science Center - cooking

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Choose from a spectacular, fulldome show in state-of-the-art Sudekum Planetarium; hands-on, interactive exhibits; or one of our award-winning programs like daily Science Live! demonstrations, 3D printing workshops, summer camps and more!

  800 Fort Negley Blvd., Nashville, TN 37203

 We will reopen Thursdays - Mondays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., allowing 150 guests per hour. We strongly encourage buying your tickets in advance.
We will be closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

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DIY Science

We are proud to offer fun DIY science experiments the whole family can enjoy! We hope you'l have fun digging into the subjects below, and we can't wait to see you at the museum.

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Category: cooking

POPCORN ON THE COB by Anna Goolsby, Marketing Assistant

Appropriate for: Pre-K to 2nd Grade Science is everywhere, including your kitchen! My favorite snack is popcorn - no matter if you're watching a movie or just hanging out with your friends, popcorn is the perfect treat. Not to mention, who doesn't excited about blowing something up before they eat it? Exactly. Hang up your lab coat and tie on an apron - it's time to for a delicious experiment! Materials Microwave Oven Glass Measuring Cup Water Dried Corn... Read More
Posted by Anna Leigh Goolsby at 10/29/18

CARAMEL CHEMISTRY by Anna Goolsby, Marketing Assistant

Caramel is a tasty treat that has delighted kids and adults alike for over 1,000 years! It was first developed in 950 A.D by ancient Arabic people who originally used it for their hair. Talk about a sticky situation! Now, you can find it everywhere from individually wrapped morsels to Nashville's own Goo Goo Cluster . How exactly do you make caramel? Turns out, it's all in the chemistry! This easy and fun DIY activity helps you follow each chemical reaction as you cook up your own... Read More
Posted by Anna Leigh Goolsby at 3/30/18