NASA’s Driven to Explore Exhibit

NASA's Driven to Explore9am – 3pm

The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History will be hosting a NASA exhibit, Driven to Explore, on Wednesday, March 23rd, 9am – 3pm. The exhibit will be set up in front of the Museum in the Brazos Center Parking Lot.

NASA’s multi-media travelling exhibit immerses visitors in a unique space exploration experience. Guests will discover the challenges of human space travel and learn why we are dedicated to exploration. The exhibit provides imagery and audio to connect visitors with America’s space program. The experience includes visual technology displays highlighting advanced human research that will improve both space travel and life here on Earth. Guests will even have the opportunity to touch a 3 billion-year-old moon rock!

Each year, the Museum reaches over 30,000 citizens and visitors to the Brazos Valley with tours, lectures, exhibits, classes, special events, and outreach programs for all ages emphasizing natural and cultural history, science education and conservation of natural resources. All proceeds will benefit the Museum’s annual operating fund in support of these and other activities.

Driven to Explore is free to the public and is designed to stimulate the scientific interests of all ages.

Driven to Explore