RMSC explores more science
05:00 AM, Jul 02, 2013
Rochester Museum & Science Center, 657 East Ave., has a lot in store for July including the return of Family Fridays, The Wonderful World Of Black Holes opening at the Strasenburgh Planetarium and a new permanent exhibit opening Tuesday.
“Electricity Theater” is designed by America’s Got Talent finalists Arc-Attack, and involved Tesla coils reacting on beat, creating music, to the changing frequencies. There will be live performances all summer, with themes changing.
The Wonderful World of Black Holes introduces audience members to 10 things they may not have heard about black holes.
This week’s Family Friday theme is Around the World in 80 Ways and is all about vehicles. Upcoming themes are Super Villains on July 12, Make It! on July 19 and Music Madness on July 26.
Rat Race and Hurricane Simulator are the simulator rides in July (they cost an extra $1).
Admission is $13 ($12 for seniors, $11 for youths). More details are available at rmsc.org.