Exhibits and GalleriesStanding 70 feet tall, the SUMMIT tower has an imposing presence at the DISCOVERY Children's Museum. This structure consists of more than 2,000 sq feet of exhibit space with a dozen different sections. As you navigate the SUMMIT, you'll have the chance to learn about fascinating topics in science, such as light, magnetism, electricity and energy. Some of the hands-on installations include basic machines that demonstrate the fundamental laws of motion, pressure, hydraulics and sound. To reach the peak of the SUMMIT, you must navigate exhibits on three floors. Click to buy your Las Vegas monorail pass. At Fantasy Festival, kids could take on roles of traditional characters in Medieval Europe. There's a large selection of costumes with royal themes. Kids can also dress up and play as traditional knights or peasants. The dramatic play and exploration take place inside the Discovery Castle. As the name implies, the Eco City gallery focuses on environmental and ecological topics that have recently gained tremendous momentum in the world. The main powerhouse of the fictional city is a large wind turbine, which doesn't produce any pollution. Visitors will appreciate the green design of the innovative Eco City, which might just become a reality in the near future. Patents Pending is a laboratory setting with fun themes that are designed for kids of all ages. Young participants are encouraged to solve various engineering problems that are relevant to the modern world. For example, the Quake Proof section requires you to design a building or structure that could withstand earthquakes with large magnitudes on the Richter scale. At the Drop Zone, you have to design something that will stay intact after being thrown off from an elevation of 14 feet. Designed for kids under the age of five, Toddler Town is the ideal venue for scientific-themed play. Youngsters will love the Crawl Zone and Art Zone in this colorful and joyful part of the museum. If you don't mind getting soaked, head to Water World. This exhibit includes miniature models of iconic local landmarks, such as the Hoover Dam. Future forensic specialists should try the challenges at the Solve It! exhibit. As you browse the gallery, you'll have to collect evidence and solve mysteries. Young at Art stimulates the artistic potential of young people. Visitors could create their own watercolor masterpieces in this creative part of the museum.
Visiting Discovery Children's MuseumThe DISCOVERY Children's Museum is located in Downtown Las Vegas. Hundreds of on-site parking spaces are available in an outdoor lot that's accessible from Promenade Place and West Clark Avenue. Rising above railroad tracks, a pedestrian bridge also connects Main Street in Downtown Las Vegas with parking lots near the museum. The Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) operates multiple bus lines that serve passengers heading to the museum. If you take the RTC SDX route, you may get off at a designated stop on Grand Central Parkway near Symphony Park. The WAX and CX routes stop at the corner of Bonneville Avenue and Promenade Place. If you're lodging in one of the hotels on the historic Fremont Street, it'll take you approximately 15 minutes to reach the attraction by foot.
Location: 360 Promenade Place, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 89106
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