Kids Can Play Real Life Angry Birds Universe At An Awesome New Exhibit
If your kids loves the famous birds and pigs from the popular movie and app, they’ll love the Angry Birds Universe interactive exhibit that's about to open at the New York Hall of Science in Queens. Kids can launch stuffed characters across the room to knock over tall block structures, just like the app.
After meeting the heroes and villains from the famous game, they’ll get a tour of their homes on Piggy Island or race handheld cars in the new Angry Birds Go! game. Even more fun? They'll get to fly at the Be The Bird exhibit where they can ride on the zip line.
Besides being exposed to cool art and music, having fun. the kids will learn some biology facts about real birds, their wing spans and eggs. They’ll also learn about the physics while of slingshot launching. The exhibit is open from July 1 through August 27 at the New York Hall of Science on 111th Street in Corona, Queens. Tickets are $16 for adults and $13 for children and students. For more details and to purchase tickets, head to nysci.org.