Wizard Of Oz Children’s Educational Exhibition Comes To Creative Discovery Museum

Friday, May 23, 2014
Guests meeting Dorothy.
Guests meeting Dorothy.

Creative Discovery Museum is hosting the first-ever licensed traveling educational exhibit based on the beloved movie classic, the Wizard of Oz. 

Guests of the exhibit will enjoy a variety of activities from the land over the rainbow that promote imagination and creativity. Along the way, everyone will experience the adventures of Dorothy and her friends as they travel a real Yellow Brick Road painted in the Museum Plaza leading them all the way from Munchkinland to the Emerald City. 

Elements of the movie available only in this licensed exhibition include shoes like Dorothy’s Ruby Slippers, the characters everyone knows from the film and other classic movie moments.  

The exhibit will be on display from Saturday, May 24-Sept. 7.


Dorothy dreamed of flying over the rainbow. Guests to Munchkinland will be able to develop gross motor skills and spatial intelligence while cooperating with others to build their own rainbow using large rainbow-colored soft sculpture blocks.
Dorothy dreamed of flying over the rainbow. Guests to Munchkinland will be able to develop gross motor skills and spatial intelligence while cooperating with others to build their own rainbow using large rainbow-colored soft sculpture blocks.

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