JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - The Hands On Regional Museum has two feature exhibits for the rest of the month.
The first exhibit is called Imagine, Design, Play. Kids are able to build anything they can imagine with foam blocks and connectors. The do it yourself exhibit promotes imagination and critical thinking.
The museum also welcomes Spin, which includes 15 interactive stations where kids can learn all about the science of inertia.
Andy Marquart, the museum's executive director said, "It's completely open ended learning, so there's really no end to it. It's the limits of the exhibition is your own imagination."
Hands On is also gearing up to open a shocking new exhibit on July 1 that will play music by using, you guessed it, electricity.
We're told they have specially requested the machine play "Rocky Top".
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