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Wonderlab is a non-profit museum of science and technology for both children and adults, though it offers many displays and activities for young children. It began as a volunteer-based traveling exhibit in 1994 by Debra Kent. In 1998, it set up a small presence on the north side of the downtown square. In 2003, it opened at its current location at 308 W. 4th Street. Exhibits include an "anthill" suitable for climbing; a water table with connectable pipes; a virtual soccer game; a working beehive; a cosmic ray detector; and several unusual musical instruments.
In 2008, Parents Magazine named the Wonderlab one of the top 20 science centers in the country.
- Daily Demonstrations
- Special Events
- Changing Exhibits
- Scout Programs
- Science Camps
- Outreach Services
- June 2011 - August 2011: Toys the Inside Story - A large display of how mechanical toys work.
Location and Information
Address and Phone
308 W. 4th Street Bloomington Indiana, 47404 Phone 812.337.1337 Fax 812.330-1337
Tuesday-Saturday 9:30 am - 5:00 pm Sunday 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm