Journey to Tomorrow
NASA’s Journey to Tomorrow traveling exhibit will immerse visitors in a fun-filled interactive experience, which includes learning stations and engaging activities.
Guests will be challenged to think about how aircraft fly; what it’s like to live and work in space; and how the planets orbit the sun. Current NASA missions are on display such as advanced aeronautics research and our efforts to send future human explorers to the moon and to Mars and beyond.
The exhibit features a genuine moon rock artifact returned to Earth by the crew of the Apollo 17 lunar landing mission as well as photographs of NASA Glenn Research Center’s early years.
The Journey to Tomorrow exhibit is air-conditioned, wheelchair accessible and available for large-scale professional, trade, civic, educational and public service events.
NASA “Journey to Tomorrow” is made possible
by a generous grant from the
Marion County Youth Foundation.