Britannia Mine Museum Introduces Fun Spring Break Program

Britannia Mine Museum’s Terralab STEAM Learning Space

Just in time for Spring Break, the Britannia Mine Museum is launching its Terralab Learning Space and will be introducing special educational programming for families and COVID-19 bubble groups during Spring Break, as part of their year of STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Art & Math) focus.

From March 13 to April 1 at 11 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. every day, the Museum will host short interpreter-led STEAM “Mini Mud Monsters” sessions in the Terralab space, where families or COVID-19 bubble groups can learn about microorganisms in our freshwater ecosystems.

From streams to creeks, to rivers and wetlands, participants will see what

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