MYTHBUSTERS: THE EXPLOSIVE EXHIBITION
EXHIBITION EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND!
Do You Have What It Takes?
It’s a tough job separating truth from urban legend, but the MythBusters are here to serve. Using real science, the team from the popular Discovery Channel® TV series does more than explain how something may or may not be scientifically possible; through trial and error, the team actually demonstrates it. Now, this hands-on, minds-on exhibition sparks that same creative MythBusting experimentation. This time you are the MythBuster!
Take a Look, It's Real, It's Here!
The Blueprint Room is bursting with MythBusters gadgets, remnants of experiments and tables laden with original blueprints. Revisit your favorite past myths through this collection of original props, tools and our good friend, Buster, the ever-fearless test dummy. Via video, the MythBusters’ co-hosts describe the importance of curiosity, experimentation and how the scientific method works. Okay, you have the background, time to bust some myths!
Grab Some Goggles, This is Explosive Science
The Workshop walls are covered with shelves holding tools, file boxes and plastic containers that set the stage for your MythBusting fun. Guided via video by the MythBusters’ co-hosts, you conduct your own experiments: Can you sustain a tornado? Does that airplane conveyor belt thing actually work? Is there a way to make noise in space?
Amped up fun with bangs, destruction and surprises are sure to blow you away! All in the name of SCIENCE!
• Loads of original objects from the MythBusters episodes
• Highly-interactive MythBusting exhibits
• Physical science content that supports school curricula
• Marketing and PR kits
• Smartphone application and photo op
• Retail store
5,000 – 7,500 square feet (500 – 750 square meters),
minimum ceiling height of 12 feet (3.6 meters)
Shipping domestic: 7 trucks
Installation: approx. 15 working days
Deinstallation: approx. 10 working days
MYTHBUSTERS: THE EXPLOSIVE EXHIBITION™ is organized by Exhibits Development Group and Geoffrey M. Curley + Associates in collaboration with Discovery Communications and Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago.