In the Dark
Discover the intriguing lives of nocturnal animals. This hands-on, family-friendly exhibit delves into dark environments and the unique animals and plants that adapt to areas with little to no light. Visitors to In the Dark will learn about the mysteries of nature after dark through dioramas, lifelike models, interactives, and graphics.
A traveling exhibit organized by the Cincinnati Museum Center.
Drawn to Light: Moths by Deborah Davis
At home in Charlottesville, Virginia, Deborah Davis describes herself as a painter, herbalist, and gardener. Fascinated by the extraordinary variety of moths that visit her garden at night, she began painting them about eight years ago. She portrays moths strikingly larger than life, revealing intricate patterns, colors, and features rarely observed by people in their casual encounters by porch lights. As nocturnal creatures, moths are inherently mysterious and intriguing to Deborah – on just about any warm night, she may be found hovering in the lure of the light, anticipating a new discovery and inspiration. Through her paintings, Deborah shares her appreciation for the beauty and diversity of moths – and hopes to instill a sense of awe and wonder among viewers.
Inspiring Creative Play: Vernon Grant & Main Street Children's Museum
This exhibit celebrates the artistic legacy of renowned American illustrator and longtime Rock Hill resident, Vernon Grant, whose artworks inspired Main Street Children's Museum and honor the fundamental importance of play and creativity in all our lives.
Know Your Nature
An interactive, nature-themed exhibit. Packed with fun, hands-on activities, the exhibit highlight ways for kids and families to discover, appreciate, and experience the natural world around us. Learning is an adventure as you explore the wildlife of the Carolina Piedmont – climb a rock outcropping and explore the hidden nooks and crannies of trees, rocks, and streams.