Are you an explorer by nature? Do you have what it takes to brave the Great Smoky Mountains or the swamps of Reelfoot Lake, looking for rare and shy things? Did you know many animals and plants are state symbols for Tennessee? If not, this program is for you! Join us Wednesday, April 19 at 10:30 a.m. or Saturday, April 22, at 2:00 p.m. in the Tennessee State Museum’s Children’s Gallery for the grand State Symbol Safari! Learn about symbols like the raccoon, the channel catfish, the Tulip Poplar and the Iris flower and many symbols that show just how special Tennessee special! You’ll come away with a better understanding of these great symbols, plus your very own FREE pair of DIY binoculars!
Space is limited to 20 children each day. Please sign up to participate in this FREE program! If you have any questions please email Barbara.Hall@tn.gov.