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The Amazing Castle

Offer Magnificent King-sized Fun and Learning

This tour has been extended!

As visitors explore The Amazing Castle and its eight themed areas, they are introduced to seven storybook characters who are part of the castle community. From the carpenter to the seamstress, each character has a special role. As they move through the castle, village visitors playfully explore the interconnectedness of community members in a setting inspired by fantasy and history.

Pretend play is known for its ability to serve the development of the whole child – social, emotional, physical and cognitive. In The Amazing Castle, pretend play is king! Benefits for children include using more complex words and sentences, developing narrative abilities, controlling impulses, navigating complex social situations, and using their whole bodies to play and learn.

Host benefits include:

  • Plentiful supply of elaborate costumes and props
  • Dragon character costume option
  • Top-notch educational, marketing and installation materials
  • Responsive support from experienced staff

Content: Imaginative play, problem solving, economics, social studies

Target Audience: Ages 2 to 12, families and school groups

Languages: Text graphics are in English and Spanish

Venue Length: 3-4 months

Download an informational flyer for Amazing Castle (PDF)

Check on rental availability of this exhibit…

BOOK TODAY! Contact Amber Stevenson, Traveling Exhibits Manager by calling 651-225-6053 or contact us.

“We had an email come in wondering where The Amazing Castle is next on its tour. Their child loved it so much that she was considering traveling to the next venue!”

Boston Children’s Museum

“The Amazing Castle was a very solid performer for us. Visitorship stayed strong throughout our double venue!”

Kidzu Children’s Museum

Size:
1,500 square feet

Cost Per Venue:
$15,000

Open Venues: 
Fall 2017 and beyond

Past Hosts

  • Bay Area Discovery Museum
  • Boston Children’s Museum
  • Brooklyn Children’s Museum
  • Canadian Children’s Museum
  • Charlotte Mecklenburg Library
  • Chicago Children’s Museum
  • Children’s Discovery Museum (formerly Lied Discovery Children’s Museum)
  • Children’s Museum of Memphis
  • Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota
  • Columbia Children’s Museum
  • Creative Discovery Museum
  • Dacotah Prairie Museum
  • Edventure Children’s Museum
  • Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
  • Gail Borden Public Library
  • Hardin Center for Cultural Art
  • Hawaii Children’s Discovery Center
  • Imagine IT, Children’s Museum of Atlanta
  • Kalamazoo Valley Museum
  • Kidzu Children’s Museum
  • La Crosse Children’s Museum
  • Minnesota Children’s Museum (x5)
  • Minnesota Children’s Museum-Rochester (x2)
  • Ohio Valley Museum of Discovery
  • Papalote Museo del Nino:
  • Port Discovery
  • San Antonio Children’s Museum
  • The Building for Kids – Fox Cities Children’s Museum
  • The Magic House, St.Louis Children’s Museum
  • T.R.E.E. House
  • Upcountry History Museum
  • Youth Museum of Southern West Virginia

Current and Future Hosts

San Jose Children’s Discovery Museum
May 21, 2016 – September 11, 2016

Creative Discovery Museum
September 24, 2016 – January 2, 2017

Minnesota Children’s Museum, Mall of America
January 21, 2017 – April 2017 (dates tentative)

Minnesota Children’s Museum – Rochester
Summer 2017

Available
Fall 2017

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