[Oak Ridge, Tennessee] Roll, Drop, Bounce, a national traveling exhibit, opens at the American Museum of Science and Energy on May 11th. This totally kinetic and hands-on experience appeals to wheel spinning, ball tossing, and continuously bouncing kids of all ages.
May 10th: Exclusive member and volunteer preview of Roll, Drop, Bounce from 6 to 8 pm
May 11th: Public opening of Roll, Drop, Bounce when the museum opens at 9 am
The exhibit is focused on the physics of motion, but the main theme is having fun and learning through play. While messing around with model cars, colliding balls, and catapults, visitors develop an understanding of the science of motion.
Everyone who is curious about things that roll, drop, and bounce must visit the exhibit while it is on display at the American Museum of Science and Energy!
The AMSE Foundation is the proud sponsor of this exhibit.
Roll, Drop, Bounce comes to AMSE from the energetic minds of NRG! Exhibits and the Northwest Invention Center in suburban Seattle, Washington.
AMSE tells the story of national and global security, science, research, engineering, technology development, and environmental restoration successes that have occurred in Oak Ridge since the very first days of the Manhattan Project.
Exhibit touring information: Organized by NRG! Exhibits of Kirkland, Washington. Please contact Seth! Leary via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.