The Creation Station is a new kind of exhibit; one where all the learning comes from doing. This all-ages exhibit features a daily rotation of hands-on Activities — one day you could be tinkering with building sets, and the next you’re immersed in the ancient Japanese art of paper-folding! For those more complicated projects, we offer educator-led Workshops weekly.
Jacksonville is and has been home to many creative people! Become a part of our city’s artistic expression and innovative spirit by being a maker in the Creation Station: a space for hands-on activities and experiential learning in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics). Whether you want to make a paper airplane, a digital 3-D model of one, or anything in-between, this is is the place to get the gears turning on your next big idea!
Creation Station Hours:
Open daily to the public Monday – Sunday*
*Closed to the public for Workshops every Friday and Saturday 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Creation Station Workshops:
Creation Station Workshops are specialized, educator-lead learning experiences that dive deeper into how to make something awesome! Whether you’re making a tabletop planetarium or learning how to use copper tape to electrify your drawing, Creation Station Workshops are always a blast!
Workshops are $5 per person in addition to regular museum admission unless otherwise noted.
Workshops are offered every Friday and Saturday at 1 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
Workshops are between 30 – 60 minutes in length and are led by a MOSH Educator or Guest Maker. Some Workshops may not be suitable for younger creators.
Workshop tickets may be purchased online prior to arrival, or at the museum front desk during admission. For more information, ask the museum front desk staff or see the Creation Station Workshop Schedule below!
For more information about Workshops or the Creation Station, contact Evin E. Schmidt, Maker Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.