DISCOVERY STATION’S FEATURED EXHIBITION — A remarkable 15' navigable exact replica of the world’s most famous ship. View this masterpiece that took 10 years to construct. Marvel at 1,100 handmade brass portholes and precise scale reproductions of the ship’s details. This extensive exhibit includes a reconstructed Third Class cabin and scores of displays related to the Titanic disaster of 1912 and the events surrounding the tragic story.
Discovery Station at Hagerstown creates exciting hands-on learning experiences that stimulate a curiosity for discovery, exploration and further investigation by children and adults to foster life-long learning. The programs and interactive exhibits on science, technology and history are unique educational resources available to all of its visitors.
Since opening in May 2005, Discovery Station at Hagerstown has been acclaimed by the community, the media and its diverse visitors as an outstanding example of an interactive museum that serves people of all ages and interests.
Interactive exhibits developed by the National Institute of Health and National Eye Institute that have toured major cities in the U.S. and are now on permanent display at Discovery Station at Hagerstown. These exhibits have drawn large crowds wherever the exhibition has shown. Highly informative for adults and educational for children, who are attracted to the interactive features.
At Discovery Station,
you can see what you only imagined before.