GPS Adventure Exhibit is coming to Little Rock
About GPS Adventures Arkansas
The GPS Adventures Arkansas Maze Exhibit is a smaller, regional version of the nationally touring GPS Adventures Maze Exhibit and prominently features Arkansas State Parks. The educational exhibit will travel to seven Arkansas museums over three-and-a-half years.
Attendees learn about GPS through interactive science experiences in a 1,500 square foot indoor maze and an outdoor GPS training course. The maze will take visitors through three main rooms - Tools of Discovery, Modern Explorer, and Discovering Arkansas - each dedicated to interactive science learning.
An additional geocaching program spanning all 52 Arkansas State Parks will complement the traveling exhibit. Learn more about the Arkansas ParkCache Program.
Want To Attend?
The Museum of Discovery in Little Rock, AR will host the exhibit September 22, 2012 through April 1, 2013. The Museum of Discovery thrives to ignite a passion for science, technology and math in a dynamic and interactive environment. Learn more about the Museum of Discovery.
Museum of Discovery Details:
Hours of Operation: Tuesday–Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
General Admission Entry Fees: Adults $10; Children (12 and younger) $8.00*; Seniors (60 and older) $8.00; Teachers $8**; Little Rock City Employees: $8**; Active and Retired Military $8**;
*Children under 12 months of age are admitted free
**Must provide current ID.
Thank you for visiting the GPS Adventures Arkansas Exhibit at the Museum of Discovery! We hope that you enjoyed the experience and learned something new about navigation, GPS technology, and geocaching. New to geocaching and want to log your exhibit experience? Sign up for a Geocaching.com account and then return to this page to share your comments with other geocachers. Already a geocacher? Share your event exhibit experience with an "attended" log and note the unique icon for this unique cache type. In your log, it would be interesting to learn where you are from.
For more information or to request the maze in your area, visit GPSMaze.com. Thank you for your continued support and contribution to the geocaching community!
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