Commemorating Black History Month
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Join Discovery Center for special programs and activities commemorating African American pioneers of science and invention as you explore rockets, compressed air, carbon filaments, lightbulbs and heart surgery! They’ll be celebrating the contributions to scientific progress by Lonnie Johnson, Lewis Latimer, Daniel Hale Williams and Mae Jemison.
- February 4-7: Compressed Air – Lonnie Johnson, inventor of the Super Soaker
- February 11-13: Carbon Filaments & Lightbulbs – Lewis Latimer, inventor and patent draftsman for the lightbulb and telephone
- February 14: Heart Dissection – Daniel Hale Williams, heart surgeon
- February 25-28: Rockets – Mae Jemison, first African American woman in space
Source: Discovery Center
Included with General Admission
$8/Children and Adults
FREE/Children under 2
Contact: (615) 890-2300
502 South East Broad Street, Murfreesboro, TN 37130
On-site parking is available with several handicapped spaces available in the first row closest to our main entrance. Parking is free and on a first-come, first served basis.