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Incredible Ball Machine Grand Opening

Join the Science Mill as they relaunch one of their visitors’ favorite exhibits, the Kinetic Ball Sculpture, as a bigger and better version equipped with new and exciting elements that are sure to captivate all ages. Step inside and surround yourself with a maze of ball chutes and loop de loops. As you try each pulley, pedal and wheel, explore how gravity, velocity and acceleration all affect the ball's trajectory. Navigate a giant labyrinth, create musical stylings in the sound garden, flip and teeter your ball on the kinetic seesaw and so much more!

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  • Science Mill

    101 S. Ladybird Lane, Johnson City Road Trip

    (844) 263-6405

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