Disclosure: I was hosted by Visit Pittsburgh in order to facilitate this review.
Last month, I had the pleasure to visit Pittsburgh on a “Pittsburgh IS Kidsburgh” press trip. One of the best parts of the trip was being able to explore a new city with my family and kids. A press trip FOR my kids. They were ecstatic. Even more so when they found out the first stop was to the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh.
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: A Grr-iffic Exhibit is on display until January 17, 2017. It was created by the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh in partnership with The Fred Rodgers Company and is based of the award-winning PBS kids television series Daniel Tigers Neighborhood. Some activities at the exhibit include expanding imagination by having kids transform into their favorite characters and neighborhood helpers such as Policeman, Doctors and Construction workers.
Immerse yourself in Daniel Tigers world! From visiting the Clock Factory, rocking out on musical instruments, to meeting his friends at the Neighborhood School, the kids will enjoy hours upon hours there!
Do not forget to visit the Thank You Tree before you leave the Daniel Tiger area!
The Thank You Tree will accompany the Daniel Tiger Exhibit when it goes on tour. So, your “giving thanks” message will been seen all over the U.S.! Plus, it gives your child a chance to appreciate the little things in their life.
Other than the Daniel Tiger Exhibit, the kids really enjoyed the Garage area, where they were able to drive, fly and roll!
Oh yeah, and surf too!
At the Garage, kids can launch parachutes off a conveyor that climbs to the domed room, they can send cars off a custom raceway, launch a rocket and much much more!
Other exhibits at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh include the MakeShop, Fred Rogers & Us, Tough Art, Attic, Water Play and so much more!
The Children’s Museum is definitely a hidden treasure for both children and parents to enjoy in Pittsburgh! Go visit, it is a must-see!
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