SARATOGA SPRINGS — Universal Preservation Hall presents Dinosaurs in Motion, a new, interactive, engaging STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) exhibition for 84 days this summer and early fall.
Dinosaurs in Motion engages and educates the visitors of all ages by using 14 fully interactive, recycled life-size metal dinosaur sculptures inspired by actual fossils.
The life-sized metal sculptures weave science, art and innovation themes throughout and touches on each of these educational topics at each sculpture. The art portions highlight sketching, drawing, and sculpting; the science segments explore kinetics, biomechanics, and robotics; and the innovation areas encourage observing and experimenting.
Exhibition: July 25-Oct. 15 at UPH. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 youth and are now on sale at universalpreservationhall.org. The event is presented by Adirondack Trust Company.
UPH, located at 25 Washington St., is a partner in the Proctors Collaborative. NLH Property and AIM Services Inc. are additional underwriters of Dinosaurs in Motion.