Exhibits

Explore all that Mars Exploration Celebration has to offer!

Students learn robotics.

Makers build will give children of all ages young and old, the opportunity to use discarded technology and other everyday items to create their own miniature version of what their house on the planet Mars could look like. Let your imagination go wild!

 

The vision for the Mars Discovery Center is for S.T.E.A.M. ED (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) and will focus on educational experiences for children, youth, and their families, and for all visitors to imagine traveling through space to, and living on, the planet Mars.

Stop by our indoor exhibit to learn more about the Mars Discovery Center from one of our representatives.  While visiting, we ask that you take a moment to complete a survey in order to help us gain a better understanding of the communities interest.  

MARS AREA HISTORY AND LANDMARKS SOCIETY

The Mars Area History & Landmarks Society Train Station and Museum will be open Friday, August 27th from 5 pm until dusk, Saturday, August 28th and from 11 AM – 5 PM. Train Rides will be offered weather permitting. Address:  1 Brickyard Road, Mars, PA 16046.  Visit http://marshistory.org/ for more information.

Carnegie Science Center

Explore hand-on interactive science experiences presented by the Buhl Planetarium team from Carnegie Science Center. Touch space rocks, analyze starlight, make your own Martian soil and more!

MARS LIBRARY

Stop by our tables in front of the Library to explore and create simple projects.

Note* The Library will be open for normal hours: .

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