Water Flow Exhibit Debuts at Impression 5 Science Center

Jun 30, 2017

Child plays in the "Flow" exhibit at Impression 5 Science Center in Lansing.
Credit Skyler Ashley / WKAR-MSU

This weekend, Impression 5, Lansing’s interactive science center, opened its new exhibit, “Flow.” 


The two-story exhibit focuses on water flow. The museum said it is Impression 5’s most ambitious project to date.

"This next level is to have kids explore the fluid dynamics of water in a way that helps them hone their scientific behavior," said Impression 5 Executive Director Erik Larson. 

A child plays in the "Flow" exhibit at the Impression 5 Science Center in Lansing.
Credit Skyler Ashley / WKAR-MSU

The museum said the $600,000 project was funded in part by a $200,000 from the Rotary Club of Lansing. Other contributors include Consumers Energy, PNC Bank and the Joe D. Pentecost Foundation. 

A child plays in the "Flow" exhibit at the Impression 5 Science Center in Lansing.
Credit Skyler Ashley / WKAR-MSU

Starting tomorrow, the public can visit the exhibit during Impression 5’s regular hours