Monday, August 4, 2014

Getting our Summer learning on with @LibertySciCtr & A #GIVEAWAY #SummerScienceFun #JerseyMoms


* Disclosure: As a Liberty Science Center Blog Ambassador for the day , I have been provided with vouchers for my visit. All opinions are my own. *

Last Sunday Party of 5 headed to Liberty Science Center with Jersey Moms to check out some of the new exhibits.

Beyond Rubik's Cube is one of the new exhibits and it's so awesome. Really takes me back to childhood and trying to figure that darn thing out. 



The 26 foot tall illuminated Groovik's Cube hangs in the Liberty Science Center's atrium. It's really cool in person. We honestly didn't stay in the new exhibit too long because my biggest kid { the husband } wanted to check out some other stuff LSC has to offer.

Inside the exhibit you will find a play zone where you can get a hands on experience. There is a cube match that is fun for both adults and kids.


Also, inside is an 18 karat gold, jewel encrusted Rubik's Cube. It's worth an estimated $2.5 million!!

I loved seeing all of the different Rubik's Cubes



























The Beyond Rubik's Cube exhibit is at LSC from April 26- at least the end of November.

Another fun exhibit at LSC is Adventures with Clifford The Big Red Dog


Clifford The Big Red Dog is a hands on exhibit for kids 6 and under. It will be at Liberty Science Center until September 7, 2014.

It features a 9 foot all tail that you slide down, filling his large dish with bones and so much more!

Peyton, my 6 year old dare devil tried doing the rock wall. Hubs helped her a little but she did amazing!





We had so much fun learning and getting a hands on experience at just about everything there is to see and do at Liberty Science Center.

I am so happy to be able to offer ONE winner a 4 pack of tickets to head to Liberty Science Center



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11 comments:

Catherine S. said...

Looks like a great place!

Rochel S said...

The Rubiks Cube Exhibit looks cool. My kids would love the Clifford one too!

robyn paris said...

i am most interested in seeing the block heads

Missa said...

The rubiks cube and honey bee exhibits look great!

Marian said...

The Rubis Cube for sure

ilona said...

the rubies cube exhibit!

Nancy P said...

The rock wall!

Nicole Ott said...

Rubix Cube exhibit!

party of five and counting said...

i would be interested in seeing my sons face when he sees all of the hands onstuff!

Ceecjjj said...


The 26 foot tall illuminated Groovik's Cube would be amazing to see

lilyk said...

I am most interested in seeing the Beyond Rubik's Cube exhibit!