Hands On! Regional Museum

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Facility:Hands On! Regional Museum
Description:At Hands On! Regional Museum you can take a slide down the Katie Ellen Coal Mine or fly a real airplane... but this is just the beginning! Become a pioneer, an explorer, or an inventor, ready to find new places and experience new things, like science, the world around us and technology. Understand tidal pools and the mysteries of the sea. Shop at the Kindermart, make a deposit at KidsBank, and create a masterpiece in the Art Studio! Lights, Camera, Action... become an anchor or forecast the weather on WKID-TV. And understand what makes your body work, in Amazing Me. Ever changing daily programs, interactive exhibits, outreach programs, and festivals are designed for all ages to enjoy. Discover, explore, and create to make learning fun, all in one great place...
A D D R E S S
Address 1:315 East Main Street
Address 2:
City:Johnson City
State/Province:TN
Zip Code:37601
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:Monday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm (June, July, & August only)
Closed on Mondays September - May
Tuesday-Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Please allow 1 1/2 to 2 hours to fully enjoy and explore all of the exhibits and activities.
Admission:Adults & Children (age 3+) $8.00
Children (2 & under) FREE
Group Rate $6.00 per child. This price is for groups of 10 or more, an advance reservation is required. Please see the Groups page for more information. One free teacher or chaperone is allowed per every 5 children, addtional adults are $6.00 each.
Telephone:(423) 434-4263
Website:Visit Website
R E V I E W S
R Proctor, Co-op Member
WOW! I was really impressed. The ark exhibit was excellent. I've been to many zoos but of course could never really pet most animals. This exhibit was great you could pet a buffalo, wolf, rhino, all kinds of sheep, eld, moose and many many more. The coal mine was great also. It looked like an underground cave. I have kids all ages and they all loved it and because the little ones got sleepy we didn't get to see it all in 3 hours. Some kids really like the grocery store and the puppet stage. others really liked the treasure exhibit. Overall it was very fun and very educational, I bought a family pass and will be back. You won't be disappointed on this one.
Ringleader of Circus MaGuirk, Co-op Member
A truly hands-on museum for preschoolers and younger elementary age students. Your 4-5th graders will not be thrilled here.

Younger students will love that they can climb on things, touch things, dress up, play grocer, mailman, pilot, fireman, weatherman and SO much more!

Special activities and labs throughout they day run by the staff. A great winter or wet weather activity.
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