There’s a fun family event happening at The Works Museum in Bloomington this Saturday, February 22nd from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00p.m.:
Tech Fest, the Twin Cities’ biggest family engineering event celebrating National Engineers Week, will feature hands-on activities and demonstrations from The Works Museum and science and engineering partners from all over the Twin Cities. It’s the 10th Annual Tech Fest event at the museum.
Activities this Saturday will include Tech Take-Apart, where kids destroy old electronics to explore components inside, plus there will be high school robotics teams and demonstrations from corporations.
What is The Works Museum? A hands-on engineering museum for kids, it’s a place where kids explore how things work.
We’re fortunate to have this unique museum in the Twin Cities as it’s one of only a few engineering focused museums for kids in the world.
Where: The Works Museum, 9740 Grand Avenue S., Bloomington
When: Saturday, February 22, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Who: Open to the public! Tech fest is for kids, families and anyone who loves to explore engineering
Cost: Admission is $6 per person. Kids 2 and under are free. (No passes or coupons accepted.)
Parking: Easy access from 35W and 494 and free parking in The Works Museum’s lot.
Information: www.theworks.org or 952-888-4262
Also mark your calendar for Robot Day on April 12th where there will be activities for kids to interact with and better understand robots!