Monday, March 7, 2011

Be One of the Many Visitors to the Museum of Life and Science

Each year Carolina Publishing Associates conducts a survey to rank the largest historic attractions in North Carolina. Each year, the Museum of Life and Science makes an appearance on the list. This year, the Museum of Life and Science was the ninth on the list.

There is no wonder hundreds of thousands visit the museum with the great exhibits such as: The Magic Wings Butterfly House, the Bayer CropScience Insectarium, the Dinosaur Trail, Explore the Wild, and Catch the Wind to name a few.

In addition to the permanent exhibits, the Museum of Life and Science is constantly hosting events for kids of all ages. For example, every Saturday in March, they will be hosting a “Tournament of Science” with special science activities themed around sports, microbiology, nanoscale science, animals, genomics, and celebrating National Pi Day.

Those interested in robot fighting can join the league of robot enthusiasts for the Robot Rumble on Saturday, April 16. The battle will include demos and information about current and future innovations in the robotics field.

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