DETROIT (WWJ) – To celebrate its third birthday, the Michigan Science Center is opening its doors to you for FREE.

The celebration, sponsored by MGM Grand Detroit, runs Saturday, Dec. 26 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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The party will feature a community birthday cake and special activities.

It’s also one of your last chances to see “A T. rex Named Sue.” The largest, most complete, best-preserved T. rex ever – A T. rex Named Sue – which has been on display in the museum’s ITC Gallery since early October, will be leaving the museum on Jan. 3. Dinosaur enthusiasts won’t want to miss their last chance to see the life-sized skeleton cast of Sue, or the separate cast of Sue’s 5-foot long skull that roars and growls, among the other interactive activities incorporated into this awe-inspiring exhibit.

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The science center is located at on John R Street at Warren Avenue, between the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.

 

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