Darn, this deal has expired.
From 9:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 16, 2012, Spring N2 Summer will take place at the Science Museum of Virginia. There’ll be live music & entertainment, face painting, geyser tube demonstrations, ice cream, & more.
While you’re there, you can check out How People Make Things, an interactive exhibition that lets you explore the four manufacturing processes–cutting, molding, deforming and reassembling–as well as real tools, materials, and machines. How People Make Things runs from June 16-October 7, 2012.
Spring N2 Summer is free for members & included with admission to the Science Museum of Virginia. Want to go on the cheap?
- If you have a 2012 Richmond Entertainment Book, check page E39 for a BOGO admission coupon. There’s no online version of the coupon available, but if you want to have quick access to deals like this, you may want to order a book to have on hand.
- This won’t save you on Saturday, but it’s good for a cheap Friday activity: If you sign up to receive a free Savvy Saver card on RichmondMom.com, which can be used for BOGO admission to the Science Museum of VA on Fridays. You don’t need to wait to receive yours to start saving: You can download a temporary copy online.
The Science Museum of Virginia is located at 2500 West Broad Street, Richmond. 804-864-1400