How fun is this! Curious George books used to be my favorites. I may have to take my 4 year old down to visit this new traveling exhibit.
Young learners and families are invited to Children’s Museum of Atlanta to get curious with the famous inquisitive monkey himself at the new traveling exhibit, Curious George™: Let’s Get Curious!.Beginning Saturday, September 21, kiddos can explore the neighborhood where Curious George lives with his best friend, The Man with the Yellow Hat. Guests will have until Sunday, January 5, 2020 to discover the magic of Curious George’s neighborhood.
“Curious George: Let’s Get Curious! is a natural fit for Children’s Museum of Atlanta as it reinforces learning through the power of play,” said Jane Turner, “From exploring the physics behind mini golf to solving the math behind weighing and counting produce, this experience will spark little ones’ imaginations and sense of discovery.”
Created by the Minnesota Children’s Museum, this highly interactive experience will inspire little ones’ natural curiosity as they discover science, math and engineering through play. While visiting George’s neighborhood, visitors can operate pulleys and levers at his apartment; weigh fruits and vegetables at the neighborhood produce stand; design a building at the construction site; care for animals at the local farm; and more. In addition, Children’s Museum of Atlanta’s Imaginators will be performing the mini-musical “Kid Detective” while the exhibit is at the Museum. This mini performance will take audience members on a hunt as they follow clues with Kid Detective Jo as he tries to help his friend Bumble find his way home.
Local sponsorship of “Curious George™: Let’s Get Curious!” was made possible by Ford Motor Company Fund, Georgia Power Foundation, the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs and Fulton County, Atlanta, Georgia.
For more information, visit childrensmuseumatlanta.org.