Curious George joins the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History on October 5.
Earlier this week, I was invited to visit the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History to check out their newest exhibit, Curious George: Let’s Get Curious!
Curious George has gone beyond the story books and tv shows to create an exhibit filled with fun and exciting ways for children to get curious! The exhibit encourages youngsters to enter the world of Curious George and the Man with the Yellow Hat!
The exhibit presents key concepts in science, math and engineering, which are woven and layered throughout the exhibit. Activities invite visitors to learn like George-through direct experience and problem solving!
Upon entry to the exhibit, visitors find themselves on an urban street and are transported to the neighborhood in which Curious George lives with his friend, The Man with the Yellow Hat. The show’s supporting characters appear throughout the exhibit, helping to provide context, deliver parent and take-home messages, and inject humor.
Areas and activities have multi-generational appeal and include an apartment building, sidewalk produce stand, construction site, park, mini golf area, rocket, farm and museum retrospective. The entire exhibit offers lots of interactive fun, that my 4 year old loved! We had a great time, and the experience with Curious George himself was very memorable!
The exhibit offers Curious George themed birthday parties in the party room, which can be booked through January 5, 2014.
For more information on parties, the Curious George exhibit or the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, visit http://fortworthmuseum.org