In the heart land for this nation’s most memorable moments in history, the USA Science & Engineering Festival Expo returns to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in DC on April 16th and 17th.
Join adults and children alike as they explore through more than 3,000 fun hands-on activities including demonstrations in robotics, visuals on advanced manufacturing, engaging presentations on space exploration, and so much more! Meet real live astronauts, paleontologists, inventors, and astrophysicists as they guide visitors around their respective activities and teach inquisitive explorers of any age.
The convention center comes alive with stage shows including Grammy Award Winning Band “They Might Be Giants“, Science Cheerleaders, and Dr. Kaboom. Other notable appearances include actor Wil Wheaton and Sick Science’s Steve Spangler. Join science and history buffs from around the country as they flock to this unforgettable event in our nation’s capital.
The Expo, brought to you by Lockheed Martin, begins April 16th at 10am-6pm. Sunday hours include 10am-4pm. Admission is free and open to the public. Head to their website to learn more about the event, venue, and a chance to attend “Sneak Peak Friday”. www.usasciencefestival.org