ST. PAUL, Minn. - The Science Museum of Minnesota is the place to be on Saturday, as it hosts its first-ever Paper Airplane Day.
The museum will give you the chance to build the best plane you can... and so much more.
"And they can make things and fly things throughout the museum," said Keith Braafladt, Director of Learning at the Science Museum of Minnesota. "We have got all sorts of different activities happening, we have basic paper airplanes, but to make it more interesting we have things that can launch those into the air."
They have a launcher for paper planes, large fans to help helicopters take flight, and other flying objects that you may not have seen before.
"This is for everyone," said Keith. "I know a lot of people think that the museum is just for kids but adults like to play with things to learn things."
It's all designed to encourage learning by being hands on.
"To learn things you need to play with stuff, to learn things you have to make things, to learn things you have to tinker around and maybe ultimately engineer things," said Keith.
Paper Airplane Day is this Saturday, Nov. 24, at the Science Museum of Minnesota from noon to 4 p.m. and is included with admission. More information is available online.