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Science lovers of all ages will find several science centers and nature sites to explore during their trek through North Dakota. Many science centers feature hands-on and interactive exhibits that are suitable for kids and adults alike. Kids can learn about the human body, the planets, geology, and the natural world with a guided tour or self-guided exploration of a discovery center. Some destinations also host workshops and other special events for those who want a more interactive and educational experience.
A unique attraction for those who love to learn about geology and rock formation is the Paul Broste Rock Museum. The museum is built with natural granite stones and houses a large collection of rocks from the area as well as polished rocks and stones from around the globe. Head to the Gateway Science Center for fun and educational exhibits and attend special events to learn more about science and nature in-depth.
The first and only hands-on science museum in North Dakota, the Gateway to Science Center is popular with families interested in interactive exhibits in Bismarck. Set in the Frances Leach High Prairie Arts & Science Complex, the center is found at the confluence of I-94 and the Missouri River. Exhibits at the center include active models showing off the many wonders of science – plus special events like Einstein on Wine. The Gateway to Science Center a great place to bring kids and let them learn while burning off energy.