About Exhibit Events
A GPS Adventures Exhibit Event cache represents attendance and/or participation at the GPS Adventures Maze Exhibit. Created by Groundspeak and Minotaur Mazes and made possible by Development Sponsor Trimble Navigation, the GPS Adventures Maze is a traveling educational exhibit developed to teach people of all ages about navigation, GPS technology and geocaching. A hands-on experience that features GPS technology (its history, current uses and future possibilities), it simulates geocaching by leading visitors through a 2,500 square foot maze rich with interactive science experiences.
The Exploration Place in Wichita, KS will host the exhibit January 28 through April 15, 2012. The Exploration Place lets you experience your world in a whole new way on its 20-acre site, located along the scenic Arkansas River, in Wichita’s downtown Museums on the River district. Experience four hands-on exhibit areas designed for all ages that focus on flight, Kansas, medieval life in a three-story castle, and imaginative spaces for young children. Or head to the Boeing Dome Theater and Planetarium, the state’s largest digital dome space planetarium. Learn more about the Exploration Place.
Want To Attend?
Exploration Place Details:
Hours of Operation: Closed–Monday; Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am-5 pm; Sunday, Noon-5:00 pm.
Explore Store Hours: Closed–Monday; Tuesday-Friday, Noon–5pm; Saturday, 11am–5pm; Sunday, Noon – 5pm.
General Admission Entry Fees: Adults 12-64 $9.50; Youth 3-11 $6; Seniors 65+ $8; 2 and under Free; See pricing including Boeing Dome Theater admission here.
Thank you for visiting the GPS Adventures Maze Exhibit at the Exploration Place! We hope that you enjoyed the experience and learned something new about navigation, GPS technology and geocaching. New to geocaching and want to log your exhibit experience? Sign up for a Geocaching.com account and then return to this page to share your comments with other geocachers. Already a geocacher? Share your event exhibit experience with an "attended" log and note the unique icon for this unique cache type. In your log, it would be interesting to learn where you are from.
For more information or to request the maze in your area, visit GPSMaze.com. Thank you for your continued support and contribution to the geocaching community!