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Arizona Science Center

address  600 E. Washington St.
 Phoenix, AZ  85004
phone (602) 716-2000
hours 10 am-5 pm daily
general adm $18; $13 children 3-17; free for children 2 and under

A Mirror Maze: Numbers in Nature

A Mirror Maze: Numbers in Nature

Nature, For the Family, History/Science
From June 30 through September 4, Arizona Science Center guests can experience "A Mirror Maze: Numbers in Nature," an interactive and immersive new exhibition that exposes and explains the mathematical patterns that abound in the natural world. "A Mirror Maze" is generously supported locally by APS and located in the Sybil B. Harrington Gallery. Guests will explore a seemingly infinite repeating pattern of mirrors in this exhibition created by the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry (MSI). Navigating through twists and turns and around dead ends, maze explorers will ultimately discover a small secret room with bonus puzzles, imagery and artifacts. Guests will watch stunning footage of nature, the human body, and even art and architecture. Then they'll get hands-on with the exhibition's interactive features. They can draw patterns on a digital screen to reveal real-world objects with the same pattern, compose a piece of music using symmetry, compare similar patterns in architecture built thousands of years apart, and more. This exhibition allows guests of all ages to see the world in a new way, through the mathematical patterns that surround us.
Family; Science; Exhibit
Event Info: (602) 716-2066
Ages: All ages
Price: General admission plus $8.95 for non-members (adults and children) and $6.95 for members (adults and children)
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 • Fri 7/20/18 - Tue 9/4/18 at 10am-5pm