PIGEON FORGE, TN – Sept. 4, 2019 – WonderWorks, located in Pigeon Forge, adds more fun and educational opportunities with an origami exhibit focusing on STEM, teaching visitors how math is related to the art of origami, on display now in the Gallery of Wonders.
Origami, which originated in Japan, is the art of folding paper in a sequence to get a particular shape. Origami can help kids understand math concepts better because origami designs contain complex geometric patterns, angles, and shapes.
WonderWorks offers 35,000 square feet of “edu-tainment” opportunities, billing itself as an amusement park for the mind. Over 100 hands-on exhibits covering natural disasters, space discovery, an imagination lab, a physical challenge zone, a far out art gallery, and a light and sound zone are on display. WonderWorks is open 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. daily.
For more information, visit www.wonderworksonline.com/pigeon-forge.
WonderWorks, a science focused indoor amusement park, combines education and entertainment. With over 100 hands-on exhibits – there is something unique and challenging for all ages. Feel the power of 71mph hurricane–force winds in the Hurricane Shack. Make huge, life–sized bubbles in the Bubble Lab. Get the NASA treatment in our Astronaut Training Gyro and experience zero gravity. Nail it by lying on the death–defying Bed of Nails. Conquer your fear of heights on our indoor Glow-In-The-Dark Ropes Course. WonderWorks is also home to Wonders of Magic, starring Terry Evanswood, the award-winning and longest running performer in Pigeon Forge. WonderWorks hosts birthday parties and special events seasonally. Open daily from 9 a.m. until midnight. For more information, visit www.wonderworksonline.com/pigeon-forge.
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