Interested in renting an exhibit for your Museum or other institution?
(Most rental exhibits are 1,500 sq. ft. and cost of $18,000 for three months)
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In this exhibit which highlights famous architects as inspiration and various block building media for a hands-on interactive learning experience, children will become young architects as they design for the future. A building’s design can often give us a clue about how it will be used. People live, work and play in buildings. Create your own masterpiece using pictures of architects and their iconic structures as an inspiration. Click here to view a printable rental brochure for Young Architects (.pdf)
During their “magical” experience children of all ages will gain an understanding of the many things in our daily lives which appear to be mystical and magical but can often be explained through principles of math and science. Whether you are pulling a rabbit out of a hat, creating a chemical reaction using only your body heat, or decoding secret messages, you’ll want to visit before it all disappears! Click here to view a printable rental brochure for Abracadabra: Everyday Magic (.pdf)
An active fairytale forest, children must maneuver through the make-believe forest overcoming obstacles as they exercise their bodies and learn healthy nutrition facts in a fun, playful manner. In doing so, they will learn to live “healthier ever after.”
In Centuries of Childhood: An American Story, children will experience a personal connection to the stories of American history by learning about the lives of five historical children and their families. Each historical character will have its own distinct environment, complete with replicas of artifacts, home settings and traditional dress, making entire families feel like they are stepping back into another time and place. Click here to view a printable rental brochure for Centuries of Childhood: An American Story (.pdf)
For more information, or to schedule a rental of these traveling exhibits, please email Karen Katz