It’s no secret that our family LOVES the Museum of Science & Industry in Chicago! From our visit to Animal Inside Out to check out The Peanuts Gang or even just to our very first time bringing our boys there, we love MSI and all that it has to offer families. You can even participate in the Summer Brain Games and earn Museum entry by conducting your own at-home experiments!
So it’s not surprise that when the Museum lands a new exhibit that we are chomping at the bit to find out more. Robot Revolution is a new unprecedented temporary exhibit with more than 40 robots from all over the world.
Baxter, a versatile robot that is perfect for working in industry alongside people, is one of about 40 robots that will be featured in Robot Revolution. [J.B. Spector/Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago]
FESTO Fin Gripper
Guests can see how a variety of robotic grippers, like the FESTO Fin Gripper, can pick up an array of everyday objects. [J.B. Spector/Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago]
Robot Revolution explores how robots, created by human ingenuity, will ultimately be our companions and colleagues, changing how we play, live and work together. The exhibit allows you to step into a visionary world where robots are not just a curiosity, but a vital asset.
The exhibit comes to life with a collection of cutting-edge robots that have been secured from some of the most innovative global robotics companies and universities. You have extraordinary opportunities to interact with robots that have rarely been shown to the public before. My boys are so excited to get their hands on these robots and can hardly wait to visit our favorite Chicago museum this summer!
Robot Revolution is not included in regular Museum admission and must be purchased separately. Adults are $11, Children, ages 3-11, are $9 and Seniors (65+) are $11.
Ready to win a set of Museum tickets as well as tickets to try out Robot Revolution for yourself? Simply comment below with your favorite part of MSI and you will be entered to win! Ends Tuesday, July 14th at 11:59 p.m. CST.