Liberty Science Center, Jersey City

Liberty Science Center, Jersey CityAfter lunch at Zeppelin Hall, we walked to the Liberty Science Center. On the first weekend of the month, Bank of America customers can get into museums for free! It only covers a few museums in the area, but I’ll happily take advantage of the offer whenever I can.

One of the highlights of our visit was the Beyond Rubik’s Cube exhibit. I’ve always been terrible at solving rubik’s cubes, but this was pretty cool. There were rubik’s cubes of all shapes and sizes, including a giant one in the atrium. There was also a robot that would solve your rubik’s cube in a matter of seconds, then do a victory dance celebrate!

There was also an interesting skyscrapers exhibition. John couldn’t wait to try out the walk the steel exhibit, but it seemed too scary for me. I found it pretty exhilarating just to watch! As always, I’m not in any of our photos since I’m the one with the camera.


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  • Reply
    Delicious Peace of Mind
    July 15, 2014 at 4:41 am

    These exhibits really seem interesting, especially the steel one. I always felt lightheaded just watching the construction sites in movies and TV shows, but I would like to try this. Give John the camera, you should be on the photos, too :)

    • Reply
      July 16, 2014 at 9:24 am

      I try to get John to take more photos, so I’m in all our photos too, but they tend to come out blurry!

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