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Celebrate the grand opening of Sportsology at the Science Museum of Minnesota this January

Explore Sportsology beginning January 6.

Get ready to run, jump, swing and kick your way through the latest exhibit at the Science Museum of Minnesota.

Opening Friday, January 6, Sportsology is a 6,000 square foot exhibit giving visitors the chance to study the body in motion. You’ll get a better understanding of what it takes to make the basket, swing that racket or score a goal, alongside some of the biggest sports stars from across the state. Swing the bat with Minnesota Twins first baseman Joe Mauer, dribble down the court with Minnesota Lynx superstar guard Lindsey Whalen, throw a pass with Minnesota Vikings quarterback Taylor Heinicke and even race against a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Take a look behind the scenes at some of the players featured in the exhibit:

Lindsey Whalen holding a basketball
Joe Mauer exhibit at the Science Museum

In addition, you can check out the “Coaches Corner,” where HealthPartners and TRIA Orthopaedic experts will share information and tips on everything from concussions, orthopedics, sports medicine and nutrition. To see the complete list of experts and their bios, click here.

The exhibit will officially open on January 6, with a grand opening celebration planned for January 7 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sportsology is included in your Museum admission, with prices ranging from $18.95 for adults, $12.95 for children 4-12 and seniors ages 65+. Kids three and under are free, and admission is also free for Science Museum members. Click here to buy your tickets now.

HealthPartners is the presenting sponsor of Sportsology, and is proud to be a part of bringing health, wellness and science to life beginning this January. Click here to learn more, and we’ll see you at the Science Museum.

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