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Above and Beyond
The Ultimate Interactive Flight Exhibition

Debuted at Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum. One of the most interactive and exciting explorations of innovation in flight. Visitors will design—and race—their own fighter jet. Ride a space elevator to the edge of space. Or climb aboard a fascinating journey to Mars. Learn More Website

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MathAlive! 2theXtreme

Record-breaking exhibition explores math in action. Continuing a successful sweep across the country, MathAlive! lets kids and families experience the math behind snowboarding, music, moviemaking, robotics and more. Learn More Website

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MathAlive! Also Appearing throughout
the Middle East and the UK

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New dual language exhibition
celebrates local connections to math

The record-breaking and extremely popular exhibition, MathAlive!, is now available in a customized presentation for touring exclusively in countries in the Middle East. This exhibition has been customized for audiences in the Gulf Region and contains exciting and educational content relating to mathematics at work around the world and in our everyday lives. Learn More Website

Vatican Splendors


This is a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition exploring the 2,000-year history of the papacy, with important historical objects, precious liturgical items, rare documents, and spectacular works of art, many of which have never left the Vatican for public view.
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Extreme Deep depicts the mysteries of the ocean’s greatest depths. Newly discovered life forms, thermal vents, close-up views of deep-sea research submersibles, and shipwrecks, including the Titanic, are among the attractions in this deep-sea adventure. Now Available as 3,000 square foot exhibit! (Tell me more)


Visited by five million to date, this highly interactive experience is created to ignite the desire for discovery, sparking imaginations and inspiring new generations of explorers to dream of the possibilities that lie ahead. (Learn more about the exhibit)

Tour Extended

Leonardo da Vinci: Machines in Motion presents 40 full-scale machines that were built after in-depth study of Leonardo da Vinci’s designs by a group of scientists and skilled craftsmen in Florence, Italy. (Tell Me More)