The Recycle Rebuild Makers Gallery is a space focused on imagination, innovation, technique, and skill development. This is an area for multi-disciplinary creativity from woodworking to electronics and everything in between and combines it all with real tools and experienced educators. Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) are the basis of this space. Recycle Rebuild is also utilized for various museum safe risk activities and programs.

What am I doing?

What am I learning? 

Where can it take me?

Working with hammers Hand-eye coordination, safety awareness Writing and problem solving
Building with materials Fine and gross motor development, imaginative exploration Real world connections, collaborative play
Testing new ideas Persistence, new vocabulary  Hypothesis creation, better communication skills
Trying out new tools Extension of senses, observation skills Greater understanding of STEAM concepts
Using my hands Thinking skills, sensory awareness Improved verbal and listening skills

Quest Club Engineering Afterschool Class Wednesday, 2:30pm-4:00pm

Get creative with us as we explore engineering and circuitry with Frankenstein’s monster. Construct, design, and build in this 6-week engineering extravaganza. Each week we will tackle new challenges inspired by Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
Ages 7-10, drop off

$99/member, $110/non-member, six-week session starting September 22nd

Engineering Hour Paused for Summer

Recycle Rebuild

Toppling towers, balancing bridges, and calculated construction, will all be explored in this hour of engineering. Join us as we begin at the bottom and build our way up to skyscraping smarts.

Free with admission or membership
Geared towards children 5 years and older.

Weekend Playshops Paused for Summer

Come join our educator-led Weekend Play Shop as we focus on building and creating. From learning to use real tools and engineering with recycled materials this is your opportunity to get creative in this hands-on workshop.