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Book Mini-Exhibitions from Port Discovery 

Attract and entertain visitors while engaging them in fun, playful learning about science, space, agriculture and other topics with a mini-exhibition from Port Discovery Children’s Museum!

Here We Grow!      Nano    Sun, Earth, Universe

Looking for ways to provide new experiences, fresh exhibits and unique programs to your visitors? Engage and entertain visitors with fresh, educational, and FUN interactive mini exhibitions from Port Discovery Children’s Museum, one of the area’s leaders in informal learning and purposeful play! Through Port Discovery's Museum on the Move program, you can book a variety of unique mini-exhibitions that engage family audiences in playful learning about science, space, agriculture and other topics. Exhibits available to travel to your location include Here We Grow!, Nano, and Sun, Earth Universe. Learn more below. 

 

    Exhibits Available for Booking

    Here We Grow!

    Here We Grow exhibit

    Check Out Here We Grow

    Sun, Earth, Universe

    Exhibit Stations with Science Activities

    Check out Sun, Earth, Universe 

    Reserve a Port Discovery Exhibit

    Interactive, educational programs are available as add-ons to each mini exhibition and can be tailored to complement the exhibit of your choice at your location. The footprints of each mini-exhibition are flexible, making them suitable for spaces between 400 square feet and 1350 square feet. Rental periods are available in 3 month, 6 month and 1 year time periods.

    • For more information on availability or mini exhibition features contact the Exhibit Development Coordinator @ 410-864-2719 or by email at hmyers@portdiscovery.org
    • For more information on programming options contact the Community Outreach Coordinator at 410-864-2683 or by email at bhenschel@portdiscovery.org

    Programs and exhibits at Port Discovery are made possible in part by the Citizens of Baltimore County and by the Howard County Arts Council through a grant from Howard County Government.

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