Visit the New “Wonderfully Weird” Health Exhibit for Kids at Exploration Place

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Wichita New Health Exhibit

WICHITA, Kansas — The next time your family visits Exploration Place, you may notice something a bit different! Beginning April 20th, families will be able to visit Health Inside Out, an exciting new permanent health exhibit for kids that encourages health education and career development through sixteen interactive experiences.

New Health Exhibit for Kids at Exploration Place

Health Exhibit Exploration Place

What to Expect

This state-of-the-art addition to Exploration Place is a “wonderfully weird” new permanent exhibit and a hub of discovery, fascination and respect for the human body – inside and out!

The new exhibit includes:

  • arcade games with a health twist
  • a real EMS helicopter
  • virtual (emotional) rollercoaster
  • topical (and satisfying!) Whack-a-Virus experience
  • play a giant game of Operation
  • sit on the fart chair
  • nutrition skeeball
  • and more!

Health Inside Out Exploration Place


Monday – Sunday: 10am-5pm
Thursdays: 10am-8pm


This health exhibit for kids is included with regular admission. 
Members: Free
Adults (12-64): $11.50
Youth (3-11): $8
2 & Under: Free

Be sure to check out the Exploration Place Memberships as they are a great value for local families. And we love memberships because you can use them for discounts or even free admission at other science museums around the country!

About Exploration Place

The mission of Exploration Place, Kansas’ premier science center, is to inspire a deeper interest in science and technology through creative and fun experiences for all. Exploration Place is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily and through 8 p.m. on Thursday evenings. For more information, visit

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