The Under Construction Exhibit was deconstructed by Earl Rodgers and Associates, along with the Terre Haute Children’s Museum staff and volunteers. The space has been transformed to focus on the eclipse that will be best seen from Terre Haute, Indiana, in 2024.
About the Terre Haute Children’s Museum
The Terre Haute Children’s Museum is three stories of fun, laughter, and exploration located in the heart of Terre Haute. Since its early beginnings, the museum has more than doubled in size and has educated more than 230,000 children and adults from 22 counties in Indiana and Illinois. The museum has received funding from the National Science Foundation and participates in a national consortium of 14 science and technology museums. The museum is also part of the ASTC Passport program, giving its members access to more than 280 other museums across the nation.