WHERE: Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh
WHEN: Through May 5, 2019Why You Should Go:
Pittsburgh’s youngest inventors are invited to experience a world premiere exhibition celebrating the life and legacy of Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist and inventor Rube Goldberg (1883-1970).
The first-of-its-kind exhibit features a collection of 3D, life-size machines and hands-on, interactive components that “connect Rube’s iconic cartoon contraptions to the way things work in the physical world.”
Kids and kids at heart can activate and create crazy chain-reaction inventions that use everyday objects to complete simple tasks, explore exciting 21st-century STEAM concepts and even have fun while failing.
Snap a selfie inside Rube’s iconic wearable, “Self-Operating Napkin” learn to operate a Revolvometer, paint a 3D picture and so much more!
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