MOXI Excites Kids on School Break with Science and Innovation

This spring break, students have the opportunity to explore science and innovation at the MOXI (The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation) in Santa Barbara. The museum has been busy with various spring break schedules in effect, and March has been full of activities. Located next to the Santa Barbara train station, it is recommended to make a ticket reservation in advance for a visit.

Kristin Denton, the Associate Director of Education at MOXI, shared that there are currently 16 kids in a spring break camp where they are learning about songs, music, and creating a band. The summer camps are already filling up quickly, indicating a high level of interest from the community.

Inside MOXI, kids were actively engaged in activities such as racing hand-made cars, creating Lego designs on a giant board, and measuring their jumps using a video image. A special exhibit called Shadow Box, which includes lights and images, was particularly captivating and will be on display at the museum through the end of May.

MOXI offers various educational programs throughout the year for students of all ages. The museum’s mission is to inspire curiosity and creativity through interactive exhibits and hands-on activities. With its focus on science and innovation, MOXI is an excellent resource for anyone interested in these topics.

By Samantha Johnson

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