There is a funny story here. As we were traveling, every time we would approach a huge industrial site or power plant, from far away our kids would say “what is that daddy?” We told them (joking of course), that it was a space ship. They would say, “Really! Wooooowwwww!” As we got closer we would clear up the “misunderstanding” and explain what it was. As we were driving through Alabama, our kids saw the peak of the rocket ship and asked “what is that daddy?” This time it really was a “space ship”! The US Space and Rocket Center is the official home of “Space Camp”. We had a fun and educational time as we got to explore the museum and the interactive children’s area. There were even some rides outside that took you from 0 to I don’t know how fast in just a few seconds! It was very, very hot so we stayed in the air conditioned buildings most of the day. At the visitor’s center, we checked out a backpack that the kids got to carry around with them all day. Inside the backpack it had experiments the kid’s could do and an easy to follow guidebook just for kids that got them to look for answers to questions. We did not have time to stay as long as we wanted, but the few hours we were there, were a lot of fun! If you want an educational experience for your kids, be sure to put this one on the map of places to visit.
Check out the official site here: Space Camp
Japheth rock climbing at the Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
Even daddy decided to join the rock climbing fun!