Click on the exhibition titles below to learn more about the temporary exhibits that are currently on display or are coming soon at the Imaginarium.
(No temporary exhibits currently on display.)
Kids of all ages are invited to explore over 91 hands-on exhibits that demonstrate how science affects everyday life. Numerous animals also reside at the Imaginarium, including a burmese python, bearded dragon, and more! Hands-on exhibits include:
Use your imagination to build futuristic machines and creatures on the ROBOTIX table, then just add power to make them go.
Place your hands on the glass globe and watch as 10,000 volts of electricity pass through the body, and you don't feel a thing.
Hot Air Balloon
Find out how hot air rises by operating the controls and making the hot air balloon rise 20 feet into the air.
Get on the angular momentum machine and discover why ice skaters can spin so fast without falling.
Exhibitions for Rent
Plant Genomics examines Earth's most crucial living creatures, plants, and investigates the important contributions genomics researchers are making to agriculture, human health, and the environment.
This traveling exhibit includes several stations. Each one focuses on a particular concept and incorporates interactive elements. This allows the stations to work well together as an exhibit or individually!
Download the Plant Genomics Traveling Exhibit Brochure
Download the Plant Genomics Traveling Exhibit Description & Photos
To rent this exhibit, contact William Bisbee.