NASHVILLE, Tenn. - School is out, but that doesn't mean summertime learning is over. You can head over to Adventure Science Center, where you can spend hours -- being puzzled.
"They say almost one in seven people on earth have actually held a cube and tried to solve it," said Tiffany Farmer, the Director of Education and Community Engagement.
She says "Beyond Rubik's Cube" is an interactive exhibit that's traveled the world, celebrating the puzzle invented in 1974 (that gives puzzlers 43 quintillion options!).
"So much vibrant color. So many exciting things with the cube," she said.
You can explore the origins of the cube, create your own puzzles and hone your problem solving skills.
The exhibit runs until September 3. Click here for more information.