CACM’s experiences are inspired by STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) style activities and focus on building skills in creating, inventing, collaborating, experimenting, and problem solving. These 21st Century Learning skills are fundamentally different from those intended to disseminate information simply. Content-based exhibits are designed to deliver accurate facts and explanations, while skill-based exhibits are designed as toolsets for visitors to explore their own ideas—outcomes are therefore as widely varying as the age levels and abilities of the visitors themselves. By constructing skill-based activities for young children, they are encouraged to invent and create, build and test. As a result, we spark their innate curiosity and empower them to author their own experience. This self-authorship drives confidence and allows visitors to see themselves as scientists, engineers, and artists of the future.