THE FAIR ISN’T THE ONLY PLACE TO
FEAST YOUR EYES AND FEED YOUR MIND
KIDS ARE FREE WITH A PAID ADULT ADMISSION TO THE SCIENCE MUSEUM
DURING THE MINNESOTA STATE FAIR
From August 22 through September 2, visit the Science Museum of Minnesota and celebrate the end of summer at Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed. The days that coincide with the State Fair are perfect for families because kids get in to the museum free with a paid adult admission.
Purchase discounted ticket offer in person at the Box Office, or via phone at (651) 221-9444.
This offer cannot be combined with any other offers. Omnitheater admission is additional.
Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed is the largest exhibition about the ancient Maya ever to be displayed in the United States. It uses a combination of hundreds of authentic artifacts, immersive environments, multimedia components, and hands-on activities to explore the rise and eventual decline of these fascinating ancient cities. It is designed to give visitors a glimpse at a cross-section of Maya life – from divine kings who ruled powerful cities to the artisans and laborers who formed the backbone of Maya society. Visitors will see spectacular examples of Maya artistry made by masters of their craft, along with objects from everyday life. They’ll also get a close look at the scientific work being carried out at key Maya sites across Central America to understand exactly how we know what we know of the once-hidden Maya of the ancient past.
Additional media information about Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed is available at www.smm.org/media/maya.
Tickets for the Science Museum’s exhibit galleries and Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed are $21 for adults and $12 for kids and seniors. Tickets are timed and dated, so visitors will need to select a date for their visit and their desired entry time for Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed.