Let’s go to Albuquerque’s Iexplora

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Let’s go to Albuquerque’s Iexplora for hands on fun and a learning science adventure!  iexplora AlbuquerqueAlbuquerque’s Iexplora is very interesting teaching kids of all ages anything from how electricity works, gravity, heat images, how to fly a plane, balance, weather, and everything in between.  Kids learn and don’t even realize it they’re way too busy having a blast. You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy Iexplora I must admit I learned a thing or two also.  If you have questions knowledgeable and friendly staff are always nearby with answers and additional information.  Albuquerque’s Iexplora offers a constantly changing event calendar including school groups, seasonal science camps, over night camp-ins, after school camps, birthday parties and more. Albuquerque’s Iexplora makes learning so cool and fun.  So what are you waiting on?  Let’s go to Albuquerque’s Iexplora! 

iexplora exhibit in Albuquerque

Exhibit at iExplora Albuquerque

Fun Exhibit at iExplora

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I LOVE "exploratoriums" for kids (of all ages)! There is no better way to spend some time with kids than to watch their little minds "turn on" or an exibit that generates excitement.  They talk about it for weeks.....you are fortunate to have one in Albuquerque.

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Hi Teri -

I couldn't agree with you more.  Our granddaughter thought it was one of the better things she did while she was visiting us from back east.  As you said it's a wonderful way to spend quality time with the kiddos and love seeing things through their eyes. 

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We need more places like that to get our youth interested in science. The number of scientists in the coming generations is sorely lacking, and that will affect our world creativity and leadership in the future.

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Hi Russel -

I couldn't agree with you more!  Make it a great day in the Rain.

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