GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn.- More than 1-thousand years ago, the Maya built elaborate cities without the use of the wheel, communicated using a sophisticated written language, measured time accurately with detailed calendar systems, and had an advanced understanding of astronomy and agriculture. How did they do it?
"Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed" is the Minnesota Science Museum's newest exhibition and is the largest traveling exhibition about the Maya ever to be on display in the United States.
Christine Bauer, Minnesota Science Museum, joined KARE 11 News @4 to share more about the exhibit.
For ticket info, head to the Minnesota Science Museum.
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