Founded on the principle that curious, creative community learns together, the Scott Family Amazeum ignites the imagination of children and families with interactive Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math activities and experiences that allow for hands-on exploration and discovery.
The Scott Family Amazeum's interactive exhibits, unique "pop-up" activities, and zinglets (ask a play facilitator) are inspired by the landscape, culture, and innovative spirit of the region. Each experience and activity enable discovery and learning through play. The Amazeum also hosts traveling exhibits from across the country.
Papertopia: Where imagination takes shape | March 9 - April 1, 2019
This spring break guests create their own world at the Amazeum. Through paper mediums, such as craft paper, corregate, posterboard and cardboard, and the help of Play Facilitators you can use your imagination to build off of pre-made structures. Your world can be up, down, sideways, or all-ways. Pop-ups on the floor that week will revolve around the theme of paper.
Magnificent Me | October 27 - May 12, 2019
The human body is filled with systems. Like a magnificent machine, our body automatically performs thousands of functions each day. Magnificent Me is an interactive exhibit that opens up the body to explore muscles and bones, heart and lungs, brain and nerves, digestive and other systems that keep us alive and well. Inside Magnificent Me, you can pump a heart, stretch intestines, manipulate bones, and more. Interactive exhibits explore the blood, guts, bones, brains, senses, and amazing mechanisms that make us, well us.
Forever Forest | Coming May 2019
If you guessed that this exhibit is about trees - you're correct! Forever Forest is all about trees and the sustainable use of wood. The centerpiece of Forever Forest is a tree climbing structure. Other experiences show the steps in processing trees into lumber, how lumber is transported, and a fun-in-the-forest activity area.