You’ve cherished Curious George’s stories and adventures for decades, don’t miss your chance to explore with George in real life! Curious George™: Let’s Get Curious! leaves the Science Museum of Virginia on September 15.
Based on the familiar characters in H.A. and Margret Rey’s classic stories and inspired by the animated television series on PBS KIDS, Curious George’s world jumps off the pages and screen before your very eyes.
Take a journey through George’s neighborhood and experience a highly-interactive exhibition that invites families to play and learn together just like George.
Come build a whirligig at George’s farm, sort and weigh produce at George’s local market, use science skills to play a round of mini golf or climb the rocket from George’s space adventure and so much more!
Curious George™: Let’s Get Curious!, was designed specifically to spark your child’s innate curiosity about the world and provide fun, meaningful, hands-on experiences that encourage conversations about science, math, and engineering concepts.
So, quit monkeying around!
Stop by George’s neighborhood and visit the familiar places and beloved characters you know and love. Plan your adventure today! This special exhibition closes September 15, and is included with Museum admission, visit smv.org for details and admission information.
About Science Museum of Virginia
Through experiential exhibits, awesome artifacts, interactive technologies, innovative programs, dynamic films, impressive live animals and interesting lab demos, the Science Museum of Virginia inspires hundreds of thousands of guests each year to enrich their lives through science. The Museum is a catalyst for inspiration, a place that sparks curiosity, encourages discovery and generates ideas in science, technology, engineering and math.
The Museum features permanent hands-on exhibits about wellness, innovation and speed—to name a few—and hosts touring exhibitions from around the world. At 76 feet, The Dome theater is the largest screen in Virginia and provides guests with the ultimate “you are there” experience. The Museum also hosts hundreds of special events throughout the year, such as overnight adventures, talks and summer camps. Visit them today at smv.org.