Exhibits by Age Years in the making with invaluable input from children, parents, educators, experts, engineers and designers — our exhibits are unlike anything…anywhere. Energy Lab A wet, wild and wonderful way for children to learn about the science of energy. As they use their boundless energy to explore the million-dollar exhibit, they’ll find a “working lab” that inspires a natural curiosity to imagine and invent. Build It! Build It! allows children to explore architectural design and construction – from the ground up! Tot Town Inspired by the latest research in early childhood development and play, our imaginative space sparks curiosity and fosters early learning. Express Yourself An Exhibit Focused on Social-Emotional Learning to help children and families acquire the social-emotional learning skills to be successful in an increasingly complex world. Special Exhibit: Klutz® - Amazingly Immature Now through January 6, you and your family can be silly, be zany and be immature! Have fun pulling a tablecloth out from under a place setting to learn about inertia, building a boomerang as an introduction to elements of aerodynamics and folding paper rings to explore geometry and more! ColorCoaster Proven to stop everybody from 1 to 101 in their tracks, the absolutely mesmerizing ColorCoaster is a 27-foot kinetic sculpture designed by artist George Rhoads. Celebration Courtyard Get out and play! With its giant open-air tent and eco-friendly play surface, families discover big fun throughout the year. Light Gallery Experience an abundance of natural light, colorful LED displays and exhibits created by, for or about children, their families and the community. Multimedia Gallery Step inside and prepare for a visually stunning experience. Community Garden Explore and enjoy the natural world through six main areas: Grassland, Rain, Butterfly, Herb, Edible and Woodland Garden. Rent our Exhibits Enhance the experience at your location with any of our award-winning traveling exhibits. These interactive and content-rich exhibits will generate curiosity in children, big and small.