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My kids and I recently visited the Museum of Science and Industry Chicago, it is one of the largest science museums in the world. The kids enjoyed playing and interacting with robots in the world premiere Robot Revolution exhibit. It is a unique experience being able to play with robots from around the world.
MSI makes science come alive! Dylan is only 6 years old but he has been a lover of science since he was young. His first visit to the Museum of Science and Industry was a favorite for him and one he will remember for a long time. The live science experiences that happen hourly were very cool.
Both the kids were fascinated with the Science storms exhibit. Mia loved being able to manipulate a 40- foot tornado.
The Idea Factory is great for kids under 10 years old. Everything in this exhibit is hands on learning. It's perfect for the kid who wants to figure out how every machine works or a future engineer like my son.
Are you planning to visit MSI Chicago for the first time this summer? I would suggest that you use this planner on the Museum of Science and Industry's site. You need a full day to enjoy MSI at its fullest. My kids already want to go back. For ticket information go to here.
The Museum of Science and Industry www.msichicago.org is one of the largest science museums in the world, offers world-class and uniquely interactive experiences that inspire the inventive genius in everyone and foster curiosity. Visit MSI www.msichicago.org on Facebook to learn more about MSI's groundbreaking exhibits that can’t be found anywhere else and hands-on opportunities that make you the scientist.