The mission of Discovery Park of America is to inspire children and adults to see beyond. Located in the beautiful Reelfoot Lake Region of Tennessee, Discovery Park of America offers visitors of all ages a world-class educational experience. With more than 70,000 sq. feet of galleries and interactive exhibits focused on nature, science, technology, history and art to engage children and adults alike, we make learning fun! You can also explore our 50-acre heritage park, featuring a Blue Angels plane, our Discovery Garden and a 100-year-old chapel.
From dinosaurs to Native American history to space exploration, Discovery Park of America will inspire you and provide a greater understanding of our world – past, present and future. We’re an easy day trip from Nashville, Memphis, Jackson, Paducah, Murray and Dyersburg….plan your visit now!
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8:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Spring 2019: Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® BricksJanuary 18 - May 5 Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks features 20 of the world’s most astonishing skyscrapers from the United States of America, Australia, Asia, Canada and United Arab Emirates constructed with breathtaking architectural detail and accuracy by Australia’s Ryan McNaught, the only certified LEGO professional in the Southern Hemisphere. See all Exhibits
"This Discovery Park of America is an amazing huge park stuck out in the far away isolated area on Union City, Tenn. The park is a historical Genius! Every student in school should have to visit this Park and see all of the historical items.”
"Friends from the area took us here. Everyone in our group was between 50 and 80. We all had an amazing time! There was so much to see and do! We could not see it all, before we all were tired! I would recommend the 2-day pass ... we could have gone back a second day to see more! We also ate at the cafe and the food was delicious!"
“You would not expect such a nice destination to be in a small town, but this place is top notch when it comes to family oriented parks. So much to see, do, and learn…We are already planning our return trip.”