Children's Health & Science Museum

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The 5000-square-foot Health & Science Museum features hands-on health and science exhibits and programs. Exhibits include a giant Operation game, a miniature replica of UNC Lenoir Hospital that children can crawl into and play, an underground tunnel that portrays itself as a human blood vessel, a replica of the mouth, stomach, and intestines where you can crawl. Explore our farm to table room where kids may shop for healthy foods and see where or how local crops are grown. Exhibits change periodically.

Additions are always being made. Soon we will have an observational beehive! Annually a new winning project is place on display from our Neuseway Science Fair hosted each April and open to all of Eastern North Carolina grades 4-12. Please contact us for more information on our competition! (252) 939-3302

Our building houses 6 large wall murals by local artists, along with various other art. While most of our exhibits are geared towards children, we do invite any child at heart to enjoy the space too! You are never too old to learn something new!
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Congratulations to Blaire Howard, Our 2022 Science Fair Winner!