Wizard of Oz Educational Exhibition at Delaware Children's Museumby EJ on 10/11/13
The Delaware Children's Museum, located in Wilmington, Delaware, recently unveiled a traveling exhibit called The Wizard of Oz Children's Educational Exhibition, officially
licensed by Warner Bros. Consumer Products interactive exhibit, created by the Miami Children's Museum and SPARKS, opened on September 28th and will stay in Delaware through January 26, 2014.
and locally sponsored by the City of Wilmington. The
The Wizard of Oz Children's Educational Exhibition is an interactive fantasy adventure that features story and movie inspired sets that families can visit, including the Gale Farm in Kansas, Professor Marvel's wagon, Munchkinland and the yellow brick road, the Crossroads, the Wicked Witch's Castle and the Emerald City. Throughout the exhibit, visitors will come face to face with elements from the film: Dorothy's ruby slippers and favorite characters from the
movie. Kids can make their own tornado in Dorothy's bedroom, create a horse of a different color in Emerald City and climb the mountain to the Wicked Witch's Castle to capture the broom away from the flying monkeys.
GENERAL MUSEUM INFORMATION
Hours: Daily, 9am-4:30pm
Location: 550 Justison Street, Wilmington, DE 19801
“The Big Yellow Building in Riverfront Wilmington”
Contact: For more information, call (302) 654-2340 or visit
Admission: $12 per person. Museum members and children 12 months and younger
admitted at no charge.