Oneida Nation dancers Mark Denning and his daughter,
Isabelle, demonstrate early and modern powwow dances and discuss
Native American life. They'll also relate the origin stories
behind the dance steps and explain the regalia worn by Native
When something mysterious falls from the sky right onto Chicken
Little's head, he's convinced that the sky must be falling and
rushes to warn the King. This fun, musical version of the classic
tale is designed for the whole family.
Build sculptures, towers and bridges from straws. Will your
creation have what it takes to stand up to the wind?
Kids can learn about the four stages of butterfly development
and explore how animals change and adapt through the metamorphosis
process. Signage explains the egg and caterpillar stages of
butterfly growth, and live specimens of pupa and adult butterflies
demonstrate the final two stages of growth.
Guests explore the science behind spinning toys, sports,
transportation, space travel, entertainment and even the Universe
itself. Includes The Human Centrifuge, Let it Roll race and laser
Features Antique and collectible dolls and toys from the 19th
and 20th centuries, plus some modern and reproduction toys that are
available for hands-on fun.