Running throughout autumn until January 15, 2017, visitors can ignite their curiosity and discover whether they can really huff and puff to blow a house down; if running in the rain keeps them drier than walking; or if they can react fast enough to dodge a paintball.
The process of translating a television series into a hands-on indoor exhibition has taken five years, with the final result that features more than 100 original props, as well as tools, blueprints, interactive videos and illustrations straight from the hands of the MythBusters themselves.
Wannabe MythBusters can start the process in the iconic Blueprint Room, modelled after the TV set in San Francisco, and from there move into the workshop to watch live demonstrations of classic myths and engage in a dozen interactive experiments.
In other news, a Drop 'n Shop child care service has also recently opened which aims to ‘provide high quality childcare services’ for up to two hours for parents shopping at the mall. Children are free to play in the entertainment centre’s stimulating environment, with activities such as art projects, mini-soccer, video games, yoga and zumba available whilst being monitored by screened staff members. Prices start at $15 per hour on weekdays up to $20 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, with a small price break for two or more children.