Families treated to day of fun, science at ASU Tempe Open Door

Rain or shine, there was plenty to do for those who visited the Tempe campus Feb. 22


young boy cheering with hands in air

Rainy skies couldn't dampen the spirits of those who braved the weather to attend ASU's Open Door on the Tempe campus Saturday. 

From a robotics competition to VR games to human brains, the event providied myriad opportunities for learning — and fun.

If you missed out, don't worry. There is one more free Open Door event:

  • Polytechnic campus: 1-5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 29

More: See photos from the Downtown Phoenix campus and West campus 2020 Open Door

Learn about what's in store at each campus, including information on the free app that can help visitors map out the activities they want to visit. Free tickets are available in advance online. 

Check ASU Now after each event for photo galleries of the action.

Top photo: Austin Stonebraker celebrates his win in the Sun Devil Smackdown hosted by the Sun Devil Robotics Club during the Tempe campus Open Door on Saturday, Feb. 22. Photo by Meg Potter/ASU Now

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