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Michigan's Adventure Physics Day
Michigan's Adventure Physics Day

Don't Just Learn Physics. Live It!

Physics Day | May 20, 2020

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Educational Resources

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Formulas Workbook In-Park Activities
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Physics Day

May 20, 2020 from 9:30-2:30 pm

$20/person (Adventure Meal Included)

Michigan's Adventure becomes a living classroom with downloadable guides to assist with bringing the classroom to the park. Students will experience the laws of physics and motion and discover how the science they've learned in the classroom adds to the thrills and excitement of an amusement park.

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Admission Details
The Adventure Meal is served from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm and includes a hot dog, macaroni salad, potato chips, and a soft drink.  The school group admission price includes students, teachers, and chaperones. Toddlers 2 years old and younger are free. Due to safety regulations, participating in some rides is limited by height, size, or physical condition. Prices and schedules subject to change.

Payment for Physics Day
The group leader must purchase all of the group’s tickets in one transaction. Michigan’s Adventure does not accept personal checks. Physics Day outings may be paid for in advance or on the day of your visit with a school district check, cash, VISA, MasterCard, American Express or money order.  Reservations for Physics Day must be made in advance.

There is a parking fee for parking regular and oversize vehicles.  Full-size school buses and charter busses park free of charge.

Ride Details
Limited attractions will be available on Physics Day (May 20, 2020). Camp Snoopy and kiddie rides will not be operating on Physics Day. WildWater Adventure is not scheduled to be open on May 20, 22, 26, 27, 28 & 29. Due to maintenance and other circumstances, certain rides and attractions may not be open.

5th-8th Grade Competition
The Muskegon Area Intermediate School District hosts an annual Amusement Park Physics competition for students in grades 5th - 8th. As a part of their experience at the park, teams of students apply mathematics and physics concepts as they compete with other teams from around Michigan. Awards are given based on the accuracy of measurements. To receive unique competition materials advance registration is required at no additional cost at