13 MUST DO Activities at Liberty Science Center During Spring Break

Posted on: March 24th, 2015 by

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Last weekend, we had the incredible opportunity to visit the Liberty Science Center. This is one of those museums that’s been on our bucket list for a while, but being from the southern half of the state the drive isn’t always doable. This past Saturday, though, the weather was beautiful and with an invitation from the Jersey Moms Blog to a blogger event, we had lots of reasons to make the trip. I’m so glad we did. It was just under 2 hours from Atlantic County. While we could go on and on about the reasons to visit, the boys and I came up with a top 13 must do activities at Liberty Science Center during spring break. First, a video sharing some of our highlights from our video.



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13 Must Do Activities at Liberty Science Center During Spring Break

Be a part of science experiments. ~ Check the Liberty Science Center schedule when you arrive to see what science experiments your kids can sign up to be a part of or demonstrations they might have a chance to volunteer in.


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Feast (pretend) on some healthy choices prepared in the Sesame Street Presents the Body kitchen area.


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Test your body knowledge and see what’s happening on the inside of you and your kids in the Sesame Street Presents the Body exhibit.


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Liberty Science Center 3Pose for a picture on the steps of 123 Sesame Street.


About Sesame Street Presents: The Body Exhibit

January 24 – May 3, 2015
For ages 2-8

Get to know what’s under everyone’s skin in this interactive adventure featuring Elmo, Oscar, Grover, and the rest of the Sesame Street gang. Large-scale exhibition areas are filled with delightful, hands-on activities that teach children how the body works and how to stay healthy as they hop, jump, and dance through a re-creation of Sesame Street. Don’t miss your chance to meet Elmo in person on select dates!

Children can have fun and play all day with 17 different activities in three zones. Learn more at the Liberty Science Center website.


Build a microbe and battle body invaders.


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Challenge the Rubik’s robot to solve your Rubik’s cube challenge.


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Use your muscles to generate hydropower.


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Walk across a steel beam 20 feet high in the air.


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Examine cells under a microscope.




Every hat tells a story, listen to stories from different construction workers.


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Magnetize the nano magnets.


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Activate earthquake forces against your structure in just one of the Skyscraper’s exhibits many interactive areas.


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Climb the Infinity Climber. This is a suspended multi-story play space with some areas as high as 35 feet above the floor. Kids and their parents can climb on 64 petal-like platforms anchored to large curved steel pipes. It may weigh 21,000 pounds and be the world’s first suspended climbing play space but it feels completely secure and is totally fun.


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To learn more about the Liberty Science Center, please visit their site at http://lsc.org/.

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18 thoughts on “13 MUST DO Activities at Liberty Science Center During Spring Break

  1. Isabel says:

    Would love to see the Elmo exhibit!

  2. Crystal says:

    My son is in love with the infinity climber

  3. Jen says:

    My son would love the Sesame Street exhibit!

  4. Kathy Murphy says:

    I think the infinity climber and the rubik’s challenge would be must dos!

  5. Susan says:

    The infinity climber would be a must do. Last time, only 2of us got to visit and you cannot do it ALl in 1 day.

  6. Gina B says:

    Climb that Infinity Climber – no question! The problem would be getting them off it LOL

  7. justina justice says:

    I love love the museum – the entire museum

  8. Nicole R says:

    I can’t really pick one thing!! I know he will want to do all of it! I remember going when I was younger, what a great experience!

  9. Danielle says:

    We’d love to take fun pictures on the Sesame Street
    Stoop and I’d like to convince them to try the infinity

  10. Ilona T says:

    The infinity climber!

  11. Ali says:

    My family would have to check out the suspended climbing structure!

  12. JillianF says:

    We really want to check out the Sesame Street Body exhibit (and visit on one of the weekends that Elmo is there).

  13. Nancy P says:

    The infinity climber is a definite must-do! Also seeing all the animals they have on site. ;)

  14. Donna says:

    The climbing structure I saw in the picture looked like a must do!

  15. Yvonne Gandolfo says:

    My kids would love to climb the infinity climber as well as walking across the 20ft steel beams!

  16. Kristen H says:

    My kids would definitely have to walk across a steel beam 20 feet in the air!

  17. Rebecca says:

    My girls would really love to see the Sesame Street exhibit.

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