BluePrint Engines Unveils ‘Auto Alley’ at Kearney Area Children’s Museum

The interactive exhibit hopes to inspire the next generation of STEM learners...

BluePrint Engines announce an interactive “Auto Alley” exhibit at the Kearney Area Children’s Museum in Nebraska. The one-of-a-kind exhibit features engaging and hands-on displays to inspire the next generation of automotive enthusiasts.

The “Auto Alley” exhibit features a fully functional 3D-printed cutaway engine, designed and manufactured by BluePrint Engines’ engineering team. This intricate piece showcases the inner workings of an engine, providing a hands-on learning experience for young minds, according to a press release.

BluePrint Engines Unveils 'Auto Alley' at Kearney Area Children's Museum | THE SHOP

“The all-new $65,000 Auto Alley is more than just a museum exhibit; it is a gateway to inspiration for the next generation,”officials stated. “By providing children in the Kearney area with access to hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education, BluePrint Engines aims to ignite a passion for engine technology, engineering and automotive technology.”

Also included in the exhibit is a serviceable car (designed by creative group BIG) as well as an interactive gas pump and service parts crib.

“We are thrilled to contribute to our local community by supporting STEM education initiatives,” said BluePrint Engines CEO Norris Marshall. “‘Auto Alley’ represents our commitment to innovation and our passion for nurturing young minds. We hope the exhibit will spark curiosity and inspire the future leaders of the automotive industry.”

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