Lets learn to use GPS technology in a maze at the Wildlife Experience Museum

GPS ADVENTURES at the Wildlife Experience museum

GPS technology is changing the way we live. It can be found in surprising places from automobiles to cell phones and is the backbone of the global treasure hunting game called Geocaching. Geo-what-ing? Geo-caching. Through Geocaching, more than five million people have found the treasure of reconnecting with family, community and nature in a meaningful way. GPS Adventures introduces visitors to the world of navigation and geocaching, opening the door to new and enriching life adventures.

Get lost in this human sized maze and learn how to find your way using GPS! Learn the history of navigation, being prepared in the great outdoors, GPS today and the future of GPS. This exhibit is created by Minotaur Mazes.

Fun for children and adults.

Wildlife Experience museum admission: $10.00 Adults
$6.00 Children between 3-12 years

Meet at 10:00AM at the Wildlife Experience museum at 10035 Peoria Street, Parker, CO

Expect to spend 1-3 hours navigating the maze.

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  • Winston W.

    We experienced a great interactive way to learn how to read GPS coordinates through fun and games. Later attended the 3-D film "The Last Reef" followed by lunch and a exploratory journey around the world viewing Tundra, Rainforest, Desert and Coral Reef exhibits at the Wildlife Experience at the two story Globeology where there are life like animals, insects, humans along with living coral reef/sea life displays. It was a full day of learning at the Wildlife Experience Museum.

    April 8, 2013

  • LINDA A P.

    Okay. Now I want to Geocach. LOLOL! I want to do evverything!!! Good thing Winston, Linda and Phil were therre or I would still be trying to escape the Maze! Oh, and the 3D film on the reefs of the world? Excellent!

    April 7, 2013

  • Linda W.

    Fun for all ages. I would recommend bringing family and friends to learn the basics then hope to turn some of our Doer hikes into a geocaching adventure this summer!

    April 6, 2013

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