The IQhub is excited to announce a new guest exhibit – Aviation Exploration.
Open through September, visitors can climb in a real plane cockpit, read the stories of local aviation history, and see the models and displays.
The IQhub is featuring a variety of planes, models, and exhibits thanks to donations from the Saginaw Valley Air Museum, Michigan Heroes Museum, and several community members.
The IQhub is a learning center for agricultural history, innovation, and exploration. It features 23 exhibits telling the story of agriculture in America, from the time of the Pilgrims to modern day production practices.
“We’re so excited about the aviation exhibit. It’s been really fun putting it all together, and I’m looking forward to showing it to our visitors. I love the seeing all the different planes hanging in the museum,” said Emily Crambell, IQhub Education & Outreach Manager. “I also think pretending to fly in the cockpit is going to be a real hit for all ages!”
This family fun is open weekdays 9-4:30. The IQhub is housed inside of AgroLiquid headquarters at 1130 South Dewitt Rd, St Johns. The IQhub is a non-profit organization that operates on donations and grants, so there is no admission fee. Info: iqhubag.org, 989.227.3847