The Science Museum of Western Virginia reopened back in Center in the Square in downtown Roanoke a couple of months ago, and we finally got to check it out. They had some of our old favorites back, like the horseshoe crab tank.
And they also had some new things, like gorgeous aquariums full of tropical fish.
An old favorite - the ball full of soapy water for spinning.
And a new one - stairs to the butterfly garden (more about that in a later post) that had the names of people who influenced science over the years.
They had an exhibit on creepy crawlies that the boys enjoyed, as it was interactive.
Hands on with parasitic worms, talk about good fun!
They got to play an electronic version of pinball.
There is also a new hands on kid room, complete with a dinosaur dig.
And teeth to brush.
Readers, have you played with any hookworms lately?