Hideaway Woods, set to open next summer, will feature a 2-acre, nature-based playscape with experiences designed to encourage movement, exploration and skill development. Highlights include a tree house village suspended 15 to 20 feet off the ground, living twig and sapling structures created by artist
SunTrust will be recognized for its donation with a plaque in the climbing log forest at the entrance to the new exhibit.
Hideaway Woods is part of the museum's Climbing Higher campaign, which also supports the Earth Moves exhibit set to open in 2016.
For about the museum's newest expansion and the campaign, visit http:/lifeandscience.org/about-us/campaign/hideaway-woods.
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