Explore three floors of interactive children’s exhibits, including a Curious George exhibit, a pretend theatre and a treehouse with a slide
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Curious George: Let’s Get Curious!
Starting in February, Curious George himself will guide visitors through the exhibit’s two floors of math, science, and engineering activities and installments. Developed by the Minnesota Children’s Museum, the traveling exhibit is designed to encourage children to identify their own intellectual strengths in a safe and exciting environment.
Every member receives one year of unlimited free admission to the museum, as well as program and gift shop discounts. Click to see the list of membership benefits.
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About Explorations V Children's Museum
Kids learn with all five of their senses—that's literally what puts the V in the name of Explorations V Children's Museum. Spread across three floors, the museum brims with hands-on activities in a range of permanent exhibits. And the organization's interactive approach to learning has helped it earn accolades, such as a grant from Disney's Helping Kids Shine award program.
On the lower floor, an exhibit charting the journey of the Florida orange begins with local history and ends with a look at global ecosystems. On the first floor, the exhibit Marvelous Me! teaches about the human body with an interactive skeleton and memory tests; Water Matters teaches water conservation with interactive stations. At the top of the museum, check out the temporary exhibits and the Dragon of Toys, a colorful sculpture of plastic trinkets. It's also here that instructors conduct daily programs ranging from open art studio sessions to nutritional cooking classes.