HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) – Mid-America Science Museum in Hot Springs has an exhibit that is up for grabs for a people's choice award.
It's called the skywalk and has science in every nook and cranny.
Skywalk itself is one large exhibit that showcases the natural splendor that surrounds the entire museum. It's part of the renovations to the museum.
"It's the only skywalk in the state, we're 40 feet above the ground, it's so interactive…enough going on that science is displayed above, below, and in between this above ground deck," said Jim Miller, the director of the museum.
"It's a California cedar that it's built with."
Miller showed THV11 around and pointed out all there is to do and the science behind it.
"It's one of most popular spots in here at the sky walk is the circular net – it operates like a trampoline."