May 22, 2024 6:29 pm
Discovery World on Market achieves significant milestone in its first year

Discovery World on Market in Parkersburg, W.Va., celebrated a milestone on Wednesday with the 60,000th customer since opening their doors in their first year of operation. The achievement exceeded expectations for the museum and highlighted the impact they are already making in the community.

S.T.E.A.M Manager, Logan Mace, expressed pride in the museum becoming a destination for visitors from far and wide, demonstrating its appeal and growing popularity. He believes that the museum’s success in attracting diverse audiences is a testament to the quality of their exhibits and programs. Looking ahead to their second year, Mace teased upcoming attractions and activities that will continue to engage and inspire children in the community.

As Discovery World on Market looks towards the future, they remain committed to providing enriching experiences for visitors of all ages. The museum’s dedication to promoting education and innovation is reflected in their growing popularity and positive impact on the community. With exciting plans on the horizon, Discovery World on Market is poised to build on their initial success and further solidify their reputation as a must-visit destination in Parkersburg.

Discovery World on Market has become an integral part of Parkersburg’s cultural scene since its opening last year, attracting visitors from all over who are drawn by its unique blend of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics exhibits.

Mace said that he is thrilled about how much progress has been made since opening day.

“We have seen so many families come through our doors with wide eyes full of wonder,” he said.

The S.T.E.A.M Manager added that he believes that one of Discovery World’s greatest assets is its ability to inspire young people.

“We want kids to see that science can be fun,” Mace said.

As Discovery World continues to grow in popularity, Mace says that he hopes it will serve as an inspiration for future generations of scientists and innovators.

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