Calendar of Events
TINKERTOY®: Build Your Imagination™May 14, 2016 - September 10, 2016
Exhibit Opens May 14th and is at the Museum until Sept. 10th
TINKERTOY®: Build Your Imagination™ is a new educational exhibit that combines the open-ended and inventive play qualities of the timeless TINKERTOY® construction set with GE’s innovative technologies that enrich our lives and our global community. Giant TINKERTOY® building pieces create a fantastic framework for all of the exhibit’s activities, and real TINKERTOY® construction sets take center stage in an awe-inspiring collection of TINKERTOY® pieces featured in a creative play area.
Museum closes at 3:00 pmJune 4, 2016
Please note the Museum will be closing at 3:00 pm today for a private event.
Eagle Aviation Camp 2016June 13, 2016
Save the date for Adventure Flight Camp June 13 – 17 (Students entering 3rd – 4th grade)
Eagle Aviation Camp 2016June 20, 2016
Save the date for Eagle Aviation Camp Beginner June 20 – 24 (Students entering 5th – 6th grade)
Eagle Aviation Camp 2016June 27, 2016
Save the date for the Eagle Aviation Camp Advanced from June 27 – July 1st (Students entering 7th – 9th grade)
For more information click here!
Museum Closed for private eventOctober 6, 2016
Please note the Museum is closed for a private event. We will re-open on Oct. 7th (Friday) at 9:00am.
America’s Road: The Journey of Route 66October 8, 2016
America’s Road: The Journey of Route 66 – Oct. 8, 2016 – Jan. 7, 2017
Route 66 is emblematic of the American experience. Nearly every aspect of 20th century United States history is reflected in the story of the people and events along the Mother Road. Nearly a hundred years of highway culture can be found on the route that millions of people travel on every year, either in its entirety or in segments.
America’s Road: The Journey of Route 66 takes visitors on a geographical and historical tour of this iconic highway that stretches 2,448 miles and crosses through eight states. The exhibit features stories, artifacts, and images, as well as several inter-actives. America’s Road also features a photo essay created by photographer and author, Russell Olsen, who researched and photographed 75 classic Route 66 service stations, motor courts, cafes, and scenes.