Interactive Exhibits For All Ages

Interactive Exhibits For All Ages

Welcome!

Mindport is a place for slowing down, looking, thinking, experimenting, playing and spending time with one another.  We value the beauty found in human connections, learning, nature, science and art. We believe that each person will have a unique experience here.

We welcome visitors of all ages, abilities and developmental stages.  Some exhibits may not be appropriate for each visitor. Guardians, please plan to attend to the children in your care at all times during your visit. Guests under age 5 will need close supervision at all times while visiting.

COVID Safety

Staff and Guests over the age of 2 are asked to wear masks while at Mindport.  Surgical masks for adults and children can be provided here.  We ask everyone to wash their hands before enjoying our interactive exhibits, and to maintain reasonable distances while exploring the space. Our staff disinfects all high-touch surfaces and marbles at the end of each day!

Visit our Health and Safety section for more information about COVID safety practices at Mindport.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Mindport acknowledges that our organization exists on the ancestral and traditional territory of the Lhaq’temish People (Lummi Nation) and the Nooksack Indian tribe. We recognize they have inhabited this area since time immemorial and continue to have a vital ongoing relationship with these lands and waterways. Our intention is to understand and act upon our responsibilities as people of the treaty, to develop our relationships in community with one another, and to learn, and to share what we learn with gratitude and respect.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Mindport acknowledges that our organization exists on the ancestral and traditional territory of the Lhaq’temish People (Lummi Nation) and the Nooksack Indian tribe. We recognize they have inhabited this area since time immemorial and continue to have a vital ongoing relationship with these lands and waterways. Our intention is to understand and act upon our responsibilities as people of the treaty, to develop our relationships in community with one another, and to learn, and to share what we learn with gratitude and respect.