WonderWorks Orlando Opens New Exhibit and Teacher Appreciation Month


WonderWorks Orlando has an array of exhibits that help educate people about science. And it’s latest exhibit on earthquakes called Good Vibrations, opens May 28, 2021. Good Vibrations will spotlight Tuckaleechee Caverns, and how they document seismic activity around the world. The new exhibit was a topic request from educators, so it seemed appropriate that they also name the exhibit.  Teachers are invited to see this exhibit for free during WonderWorks Teacher Appreciation Month celebration.

"This is a fascinating new exhibit about earthquakes and all types of tectonic movement around the globe," says Brian Wayne, general manager of WonderWorks Orlando. “It’s a great time for teachers to stop in and check it out and enjoy some time exploring all we have to offer.”

The Tuckaleechee Caverns are located deep under the Smoky Mountains, in Townsend, Tenn. People can visit the caverns, but they also play an important role in the safety of our country. They have the most sensitive seismic station on Earth, accurately and precisely tracking tectonic movement all around the planet. The information collected includes activity from earthquakes and even when nuclear weapons are being tested. 

Once the information is collected, it is quickly transmitted directly to the Department of Defense; Geneva, Switzerland; and Vienna, Austria. The information is obtained and shared so quickly that it’s passed on within 300ths of a millisecond. Visitors will learn about the important natural wonder that gathers so much information around the world. 

Good Vibrations meets educational standards for learning about earthquakes and seismic activity. As a way to celebrate teachers and support staff during Teacher Appreciation Month, both teachers and support staff will receive free admission during May 2021 by showing a valid school ID. Additionally, up to four of their accompanying guests will receive 50% off admission.

“We are excited to invite teachers, support staff, and their families this month, as well as others, to check out the new Earthquake exhibit,” added Wayne. “This exhibit will surprise you and make you want to plan a trip to the Tuckaleechee Caverns.”

Additional on-site and community programs include the WonderWorks WonderKids event, virtual learning labs, FLO-Art Florida Youth Art Gallery, science fair partnerships, online science information and worksheets and a homeschool program. WonderWorks Orlando also offers various STEM activities, including virtual learning labs, on-site exhibits, activities and more. To learn more about the programs offered at WonderWorks Orlando, visit the site: https://www.wonderworksonline.com/orlando. 

To get additional information about Teacher Appreciation Month, visit the site at: https://www.wonderworksonline.com/orlando/teacher-appreciation/.

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2021 Free Holy Land Experience Days


The Holy Land Experience usually offers one free day per year. This year, they are offering two free days!

The free days will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, April 28, 2021 and April 29, 2021. On both of these days the Holy Land Experience will open our gates for 2 Days of Free admission! 

The theme park brings the New Testament to life, making it the perfect place for those who want to explore this area of history  more. 

Gates open at 10 AM, FREE parking and FREE admission. Overall Experience takes on average maximum of two hours. Masks required, social distancing and limited entry requirements will be practiced. 

The Holy Land Experience is located 4655 Vineland Rd in Orlando. To get more information, click here.

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