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TRUE or FALSE?

Germany was the first country to use Daylight Saving Time to conserve electricity in 1916.
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Imagination Station, Toledo's Science Center

Imagination Station, Toledo’s Science Center, is dedicated to making science, technology, engineering and mathematics fun and accessible. There are hundreds of interactive, hands-on exhibits that are fun and educational for the entire family. Whether you only have an hour or you have all day, there is plenty to see and do at Imagination Station. Come join us and explore everything that Imagination Station has to offer!

Directed by: John Andosca of JPA Entertainment

Building

Tues. – Sat.: 10am – 5pm
Sunday: Noon – 5pm
Monday: Closed

Hours admission

Give your little scientists a birthday to remember and celebrate with us!

Directions Parking

Located at 1 Discovery Way, on the corner of Summit and Adams Streets in Toledo.

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Make sure to visit Imagination Station’s gift shop for unique gifts!

Paper Tower Challenge

Plan your visit! Make every visit to the science center different from the last.

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A lunch selection, ranging from fresh salads to a cooked to order grill menu.

Visit during one of these upcoming events & workshops:

ANSWER
True:
According to MSN.com, Germany was the first country to use Daylight Saving Time to conserve electricity in 1916. The United Kingdom followed suit within a few weeks and introduced "Summer Time." 

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