Rehoboth-Dewey Chamber cuts ribbon on Explorium Emporium

November 8, 2018

The Explorium Emporium - a new type of children’s entertainment center, has announced the start of its new business.

“We’re happy to introduce a new concept in helping children get ‘un-bored.’  The Explorium will be a place where kids and families enjoy fun and STEM,” said Cari Miller, co-founder of the Explorium Emporium.  STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.  “The ribbon-cutting ceremony marks the launch of a new experience for us and the local community,” she noted.

The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce facilitated the ribbon-cutting at the Rehoboth Beach Visitors Center to mark the launch of the Explorium’ s first kid-friendly project called the Anti-Inertia Solution, which will be available at select locations around the area. The owners, Cari Miller and David Stobie, have not yet chosen their physical location, but they’re hoping to find space along the Route 1 corridor soon so that the Explorium Emporium can open by late March/early April.

“We have five kids between us - boys and girls. It’s been our dream for many years to create a place where kids and parents can have fun with really cool, hands-on experiments and projects they can do together, and we’re very excited to realize this dream in the Rehoboth area,” said Stobie.

For more information, contact Miller at