All roads lead to Burton as Sloan Museum at Courtland Center opens “Hot Wheels: Race to Win.”

 This new family exhibit will get you revved up with immersive activities for three generations of Hot Wheels fans. There is something for mom, dad, grandparents and, of course, today’s youngest Hot Wheels fans as visitors learn about the science, technology, engineering, and math that goes into making cars go faster.

 Hot Wheels: Race to Win will make a pit stop Feb. 5, 2022, at Sloan Museum. The exhibition will be on display through May 15, 2022, before it continues on its tour throughout North America.

 Tickets to see the exhibit and the rest of the museum are $9 adults, $8 seniors 60+, and $7 youth ages 2-11. Thanks to the Arts and Culture Millage, Genesee County residents can see this exhibit for $3 per person. Get more details at SloanLongway.org/HotWheels.

 Be part of a dynamic race team working together to build and test the fastest (and safest) speed machines on the planet, using Hot Wheels die-cast cars to experiment and play. This behind-the-scenes look at the thrilling world of racing investigates the scientific process for designing super-fast cars and helps families who have the need for speed understand how it is achieved.

 The exhibit was created by The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis and Mattel. The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is a nonprofit institution committed to creating extraordinary family learning experiences across the arts, sciences, and humanities that have the power to transform the lives of children and families

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