A Mirror Maze: Numbers in Nature

Explore nature’s puzzles, patterns and mazes. A Mirror Maze: Numbers in Nature promises to be a great summer experience in which you will discover things about our fascinating world you never knew or imagined.

Discover the incredible patterns in nature. They surround us everywhere, revealing fascinating and surprising clues about this amazing planet. You just have to know where to look for them.

Fun and Fascinating Things You’ll Experience

— Explore one of the most challenging mirror maze –1800 sq. ft. of infinitely repeating mirrors. Can you find the secret room and hidden surprises?
— Learn how nature’s spirals help hungry hawks find their unwitting prey.
— Interact with the famous Vitruvian Man, a drawing by Leonardo da Vinci illustrates the human body’s ideal math proportions.
— Understand how symmetry make each of our faces unique.
— Find out what helped Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps swim faster than, well, everybody in the world.
— How Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff was “hands down” one of the best pianists ever.
— Compare the surprising common links between modern architecture and the 1500-year-old Greek Parthenon.
— Uncover the technology that keeps robots from bumping into things.
— Turn random musical notes into world-class symphonies.
— Create a melodic, pattern-based piece of music.

A Mirror Maze: Numbers In Nature – Admission

$8.95 Adult and Children (3–17) for Tickets.
General Admission: Adults: $18 | Children (3–17): $13
General admission is required to visit the featured exhibition.

Arizona Science Center Members
$6.95 Adults and Children (3–17)
Arizona Science Center members receive FREE general admission to the Center’s permanent exhibits.

Groups of 15+
$6.00 Adults and Children (3–17)

For guests of all ages, A Mirror Maze: Numbers in Nature is a unique opportunity to see the world in a new way by better understanding the patterns that surround us, from the intricately nested spirals of a sunflower seed to the not-so-random spots on a giraffe’s fur.

It’s not just about nature. It’s about life.  

There’s so much for you to see!

Mirror Maze at Arizona Science Center runs through 9/4/2018.


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