FORT MYERS, Fla. — Beginning January, the IMAG History & Science Center is presenting “Inspiration Takes Flight” celebrating the history and science of flight while honoring the achievements of aviators, astronauts, and aerospace engineers as well the successes of pioneers, pilots, and people inspired to take flight and soar to new heights.
“Inspiration Takes Flight” is an appreciation for the art and science, engineering and technology of aeronautics; it is about the creativity and excitement of air travel and spaceflight reimagined at the IMAG.
The IMAG is planning several “Inspiration Takes Flight” programs, exhibits and events, displays and hands-on activities for guests, families, and members as well as homeschool students and scouts that feature Science on a Sphere shows, IMAG LIVE science shows, IMAG Science Saturdays, workshops and mini-workshops, a special Member Night, and more.
As part of “Inspiration Takes Flight,” the IMAG is also presenting a series of “spacious murals” from the Hubble Space Telescope along with a history and science display of the famous telescope in their gallery.
Some additional planned specials also include the introduction of the IMAG Junior Astronaut Training Program and the IMAG Frequent Flyer Plan.
Visit theIMAG.org website for more details and launch dates.