Dream Flight Adventures™ creates fully immersive, fully interactive STEM exhibits…
…that teaches teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving…
…by blending science, technology, and engineering…
…with social studies, humanities, and art.
In other words, it’s a real-life Magic School Bus. It’s part simulator, part game, and part theater—and it creates an out-of-this-world experience!
Our magical experience centers around an educational adventure that takes place inside a fully immersive, fully interactive simulator. Children ages 8 to 80 enter the simulator, work together to operate it, and go on incredible adventures. They travel to outer space, under the sea, back in time, through the body—anywhere their imaginations take them!
Our players become the captain and crew of these simulators and must work together to complete their missions, and their success or failure can depend on the action of a single person. Our missions are completely flexible and open-ended. It’s like stepping inside a movie and becoming the main characters as the story unfolds around you. Players must think creatively, and each action can change the outcome of the mission. It supports a level of true interactivity that can’t be found in a video game, a play, or any other kind of activity.
Educational Adventures Unlike Any Other
Dream Flight Adventures missions are designed around Common Core and state standards by professional educators and are brimming with educational content. And the kids love them! They’re often described as “better than Disneyland.” Nothing’s better than teaching kids when they think it’s a game! Shhh, don’t tell. It’ll be our little secret.
Our adventures use science fiction and fantasy contexts to expose players to standards-based curriculum, thought-provoking social and ethical issues, and crucial 21st Century skills. These unique adventures create a strong emotional experience. This helps imbue the concepts deeply in our players’ memory, so the lessons they learn remain with them for their lifetimes.
“It’s the ultimate cross-curricular activity.” ~ Joe Malloy, Math & Science teacher, Robotics Club coach
“There’s tremendous potential and I get giddy about it.” ~ Michael Penn, Gifted and Talented Teacher
There’s tons more to tell, so head on over to the Curriculum section if you want to learn more.
Bring the Magic to Your Museum
If you’d like to add a transformative interactive learning experience to your museum, simply fill out this form and we’ll get the conversation started.