It’s all about science at The Great Lakes Science Center
That’s right science is the name of the game when it comes to The Great Lakes Science Center. The last time I was at The Great Lakes Science Center was when I was nineteen years old and I tell you it has changed allot from what I remember. Driving to The Great Lakes Science Center was not an issue. When I arrived at The Great Lakes Science Center I noticed that the garage was now attached to a five hundred car parking facility. This was wonderful no longer do I have to fight the cold and the wind to get inside The Great Lakes Science Center all I had to do was find my way around the parking garage.
I am going to describe three very unique exhibits’ I found quite interesting at The Great Lakes Science Center. The first exhibit would have to be The Titanic:
Throughout the exhibit are not only items dragged from the rubble, but also there are cinemas and stories of the passengers who were aboard the ship that sank on its maiden voyage.
"Titanic is indeed a fantastic opportunity to certainly realize this astounding moment in the history of our technology and the history of society to see what happens when we reach so high." I found this quote well in The Great Lakes Science Center at one of the artifacts it was said by: Kirsten Ellenbogen, president and chief executive officer of the Great Lakes Science Center.
Her comments came as she stood in front of a large photograph of the actual Titanic reading room, where passengers could sit in the highest level of luxury. Ellenbogen and her staff worked to create a feeling of actually sailing on the ship. Visitors walk through sections of the exhibit representing cabins and the boiler room of the ship. Every word that Kirsten Ellenbogen said was absolutely true it was an incredible experience this had to be my favorite exhibit in the whole science center.
"Boarding the Titanic, we really try to pull you into that feeling," she said. Helping keep the...