This science museum is a little different because it doesn’t have an Imax theater. Also most of the adults (with and without kids) were playing with the exhibits so for once we weren’t the only ones. ;-D Tony even had a helper for his turn on the bed of nails.
The main gallery is all hands-on. Other areas feature an immersive tornado experience, exhibits on how our bodies function, a tinkering studio, terrariums containing small animals, a play area for young children, and a gallery on diamonds which is Arkansas’s state gem.
Some of the hands-on exhibits are not accessible. Many of the devices for inspecting diamonds are fixed to the tables and can not be used by visitors in wheelchairs. The rest of the museum is accessible.
The museum does not have a parking lot. Metered parking is available on the surrounding streets but it’s easier to park an RV at the Clinton Library lot and walk 1/3 mile to the museum. Museum 34.74736, -92.26436