PBS kids’ show “Wild Kratts” is bringing an interactive ocean-themed exhibit to the Minnesota Children’s Museum.
“Wild Kratts: Ocean Adventure” opens Saturday, Sept. 26, at the museum and will be included in regular museum admission through Jan. 3.
“Ocean Adventure” immerses kids in ocean habitats and allows kids to discover the creatures living in them. Kids will be able to help the Wild Kratts team solve problems and help marine animals. The Ocean Adventure exhibit will also help kids 3- to 9 years old build science, technology, engineering and math skills.
Children can crawl through an anemone (the jellyfish-like growths found on coral reefs and in the movie ‘Finding Nemo’) learn how to hunt like a lobster, and visit the shark cleaning station.
This is the second time the Minnesota Children’s Museum has teamed up with the Kratt Brothers Company to develop an interactive exhibit. Last year, the Minnesota Children’s Museum helped debut “Wild Kratts: Creature Power.” The “Creature Power” exhibit explored several animal habitats including the Tropical Rainforest, the Antarctic and the Australian Outback Desert.
“Wild Kratts” is a children’s show by animal expert brothers Chris and Martin Kratt, and is currently in production for its sixth season. For more information on the Kratt Brothers show check out krattbrothers.com.
The Minnesota Children’s Museum will be limiting capacity and require visitors age 5 and older to wear masks. For hours and more information on the Minnesota Children’s Museum. go to mcm.org.
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