Water's Extreme Journey

Exhibition Name:
Water's Extreme Journey

Become a Raindrop, Change Your World!

Transform into a drop of water and travel through 5 watersheds on a journey to a healthy ocean. Encounter human impacts, hidden species, themed interactives and storm drains which cycle you through the water system toward your goal. Activities promote stewardship, conservation and reducing non-point source pollution in our daily lives.
Water’s Extreme Journey is a front line effort to empower millions of people with the knowledge to create a positive, immediate impact through action. Customize watershed panels to local waterways for local messaging and sponsors. Headers translated into Spanish.

Environment & Ecology
Primarily Consists of:
Hands-On Activities
$30,000/3 mos - COVID flexible
1000 - 3500 Square Feet
Venue duration:
ongoing - call for latest
Special Requirements:

outdoor durable - we have two copies of this exhibit - one for indoors and one for outdoors

Previous Venues:
  • OMSI, Portland, OR
  • Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley, CA
  • Bishop Museum of Science, Bradenton, FL
  • Delaware Museum of Natural History, Wilmington, DE
  • Cranbrook Institute of Science, Bloomfield Hills, MI
  • Ty Warner Sea Life Center, Santa Barbara, CA
  • Saskatchewan Science Centre, Regina, SK
  • New York Aquarium, New York, NY
  • Sloan Longway Museum, Flint, MI
  • Sci-Tech, Frisco, TX
  • Sciworks, Winston-Salem, NC
  • Turtle Bay Discovery Museum, Redding, CA
  • High Desert Museum, Bend, OR
  • Assiniboine Zoo, Winnipeg, MB
  • The Health Museum, Houston, TX
  • San Francisco Zoo, CA
  • Hands On! Museum, Johnson City, TN
  • Kauai Children's Discovery Museum, Kalaheo, HI
  • Wonders of Wildlife, Springfield, MO
  • Harbor History Museum, Gig Harbor, WA
  • ...and more!
Jack Stawick
912 NW 63rd St
Seattle, WA, 98107-2214
(812) 679-2031

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