No child is too big and no display is too small for the newest exhibit at Children’s Museum of Atlanta.
Later this month the animated pups from Nickelodeon’s “PAW Patrol”It will be displayed in the museum, and visitors will have the opportunity to play. “save the day.”
“PAW Patrol: Adventure Play”It opens September 24, and will run through January 8. It is based on the spin-master entertainment series. Visitors will have the chance to take part on rescue missions and work with others to overcome obstacles in an interactive setting.
“The hands-on exhibit is a fun way for the whole family to learn bravery and heroism, with exciting stories,” Children’s Museum of Atlanta officials said. “Guests will learn how to combine their skills to problem-solve together and save the day.”
The Adventure Bay will allow children the opportunity to join a group of eight rescue dogs that inspire real-world jobs like:
♦Construction worker Rubble
Who believes, just like the brave dogs? “no job is too big, no pup is too small,”Families can work together to save the museum and protect the community. The museum teaches children about the different jobs available in a community, as well as how professionals from real life work together to keep people safe and happy.
Each pup is equipped with a unique skill, gadget, and vehicle that will aid them in their rescue missions. Families are welcome to bring their own pups and view the landscape from the lookout tower.
They can head to Jake’s Mountain near the snowy slide to see if anyone is in trouble. They can also ride the PAW Patroller, and push buttons to propel it up the mountain. This will enable Rubble or Everest to rescue a snowboarder who is stuck on the slope.
Those with a taste for foodie adventures can whip up tasty treats in Porter’s Café and help Adventure Bay win the Tallest Cake Competition by stacking cake layers as high as they can. Families can cruise Adventure Bay aboard a Sea Patroller to rescue a baby dolphin, or seagull.
The exhibit was produced by The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis in partnership with Nickelodeon. The exhibit was sponsored in part by Publix Super Market Charities, Atlanta. The following organizations provided additional support: city of Atlanta, the Fulton County Arts & Culture through the Fulton County Board of Commissioners and the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs.