The Magic School Bus Kicks Up A Storm in Dallas

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Seatbelts everyone!

Buckle up and get ready for a wild weather ride! Join the popular Ms. Frizzleâ„¢ and her class as The Magic School Busâ„¢ Kicks Up A Storm exhibit blasts in to the Museum of Nature & Science in Fair Park.

magic school bus exhibitBased on the best-selling Scholastic books and the ever-popular television series, this bilingual, hands-on traveling exhibit will transport visitors into the wacky world of weather.

The fun begins as children learn how to create snowflake crystals, make a hot air balloon soar, experience a hurricane and snowstorm, and become a meteorologist for the day! The 2,500-square-foot exhibit houses seven interactive computer stations that operate in English and Spanish.

She Is Dallas Info:   The Magic School Busâ„¢ Kicks Up A Storm exhibit can be seen at the Museum of Nature and Science located at 3535 Grand Avenue and 1318 S. 2nd Avenue in Fair Park, Dallas. The museum is open Monday-Saturday: 10am-5pm and Sunday: Noon-5pm.   General admission is $10 adults, $7 children, $9 students, $9 seniors.   For more information, please call 214-428-5555 or visit the Museum of Nature and Science website.

Underscoring the Museum's mission to inspire minds through nature and science, The Magic School Busâ„¢ allows children and their families to learn meteorology and the science of weather ”together. Locally supported by Lockheed Martin, the exhibit will teach visitors about the different types of weather and their characteristics, including how to read natural world indicators to predict the weather, use scientific measurement tools, such as thermometers and anemometers, and get the behind-the-scenes scoop on how to read maps and graphs like a real meteorologist!

Special Member-Only Event

Saturday, May 19, 10am-1pm

MNS members – come enjoy a special free lounge just for you! Located inside the Science Building lobby in front of the IMAX ® Theater, the lounge will allow you to meet other member families, use your creative juices to make a special Magic School Bus craft, as well as pick up a snack and a drink for additional fun and relaxation. Once rejuvenated, venture back out and enjoy the Museum’s traveling exhibits The Magic School Bus Kicks Up A Storm or take a dive into Planet Shark: Predator or Prey. The afternoon will be perfect for catching an IMAX ® film, so be sure to catch Sharks or Sea Rex: Journey to a Prehistoric World one last time before they become extinct on May 25. And remember, members enjoy MNS permanent exhibits and Magic School Bus for free and discounted admission to Planet Shark and IMAX ® films.

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