Since its creation in 2002, MythBusters has worked hand-in-hand to eliminate the obscurities of science. The megahit show takes some of life's biggest questions, i.e., "Can a cell phone cause a plane to crash?", and puts them to the test: MythBusters style, that is. And now, those in the Denver area can become part of the MythBusting team.
This October, visitors to the Denver Museum of Nature & Science can test out their theories at "MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition." This interactive exhibit allows you to bust or confirm a dozen different hands-on experiments. Participants can watch live demonstrations and explore real-life props from the MythBusters set — a true must-see for any MythBusting fan!
The Emmy-nominated MythBusters TV series tests wild hypotheses through entertaining experiments. Lead Hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman specialize in special effects, thus using their knowledge of science and former careers to put these tantalizing theories to the ultimate test. Viewers have resonated with their uncanny experiments and conversational approach to science, helping to debunk some of their audiences' biggest questions.
Put your mind to the test with this one-of-a-kind exhibition at the region's leading museum for informal science education. Break down myths, separate truth from fiction — it's the ultimate science experiment for all ages. The exhibition opens October 11 and costs $13 for adults, $8 for children 3-18, and $10 for seniors (65+). No matter whether you're 12 or 42 or 62, you're bound to get your heart pumping and mind racing at this explosive exhibition!