Earth Explorers: a summer must for kids

Kids having fun at Earth Explorers exhibit

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – Our Grandma on the Go found the perfect spot to experience many destinations with her grandkids, under one roof!

Earth Explorers is a new exhibit at the Grand Rapids Public Museum that your kids, and grandkids, will love.

Organized around Earth’s spectacular eco-zones Earth Explorers brings the unparalleled adventures of National Geographic to life. Learn about the daring men and women who venture into dangerous and remote parts of the world to discover new places, help protect our planet’s biodiversity and unearth new scientific discoveries.

Explore an arctic cabin and test your ability to live in an ice-covered world. Descend into the deep ocean in a 3-D submersible and explore how life forms at varying depths, even coming face-to-face with a great white shark. Identify incredible insects from the Amazon while learning the benefits of biodiversity. Ascend into the thin air of the Himalayas. Soar in a hot air balloon over the Savanna while learning about the life of elephants and other mammals.

Admission to Earth Explorers will be included with general admission to the GRPM and is free to Museum members.

A fantastic place to take out the family and an experience you’ll learn from each time you go, Earth Explorers is open now through September 4.

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