Sloan Museum Top Secret: License to Spy Exhibit Review Pics – Sloan Museum’s latest exhibit is a spy expedition where kids are sent on a mission. The exhibit starts with a mission table where the kids are given their mission via a spy file to help solve the crime. The spy file contains the riddles and puzzles that need to be solved as they walk through the exhibit, leading them to a solution for the mission. Kids are also given cards with bar codes that need to be scanned at certain stations.
Sloan Museum Top Secret: License to Spy Pics
After stopping at the initial mission table, kids can use their spy file to see where to go next. They go from station to station to gather clues. Using the spy file, they can take notes on what they see to narrow down
who the killer might be, as well solve puzzles that give hints. The spy exhibit at Sloan Museum is very interactive as kids are asked to find hidden cameras, clues, and more.
The Sloan Museum spy exhibit is definitely challenging enough for older kids who love to solve puzzles, crack codes, decode messages and more. Based on what I saw with my kids at the exhibit, I would say it’s best for kids ages 10 and up. Smaller kids will still have fun playing with the different features throughout the exhibit, but as far as solving the mission is concerned, it’s a fun challenge for kids ages 10 and up.
One feature that is located toward the end of the exhibit is one of those laser beam rooms. Laser beams are lot up in neon been light in a dark booth with a bit of fog to make them more visible and kids have to try and get through all the crossed beams of light without touching any of the laser beams. If they even touch a last light beam in the slightest, the alarm goes off. Good “agents” can dodge the lasers.
The Sloan Museum Top Secret: License to Spy Exhibit runs through January 10, 2016.
Address – 1221 E Kearsley St, Flint, MI 48503
Phone – 810-237-3450
Sloan Museum Flint Hours
Monday through Friday 10a–5p
Saturday and Sunday noon– 5p
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