‘The Worst Case Scenario Survival Experience’ exhibition to open at The Jones Center

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A fun new touring exhibition will open at the Jones Center this week.

The exhibit, called “The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Experience,” officially opens on Friday, June 10 and runs through Oct. 14 at the JTL Shop, located at 614 Emma Avenue.

The experience, based on the internationally best-selling book The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook, is described as “a bilingual, STEM-based exhibition that engages all ages and abilities in active problem solving and hilarious, full-body play.”

From the description:

Need to land a plane, escape quicksand, or outsmart a mountain lion? The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Experience lets guests put their real-world survival skills to the test, with plenty of laughter and excitement along the way.

Presented in English and Spanish, The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Experience spans 5,000+ square feet of exhibition space at The JTL Shop and is grouped in two galleries: the Hall of Fame Lobby and the Survival Gymnasium with The Challenges.

The Survival Gymnasium is where guests can conquer real-world challenges, from surviving an avalanche to jumping safely from a moving train, picking a lock, and scaling a wall.

The exhibition provides essential instructions with everything guests need to know to conquer the challenges. Guests rely on their tinkering and decision-making skills to approach extreme situations with ingenuity and test their knowledge in fun, creative ways.

Tickets to the exhibit are now on sale. Jones Center Member prices are $6 for kinds 12 and under and $10 for adults. For non-members, prices are $8 for kids 12 and under and $12 for adults. Kids 3 and under get in free.

To purchase or for a bit more infor, visit thejonescenter.net/special-exhibitions.