A Little Time and a Keyboard: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Exhibit at Kohl Children's Museum--and a Coupon!

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Exhibit at Kohl Children's Museum--and a Coupon!

Thursday, November 1, 2012

The Kohl Children's Museum has been one of our favorite family attractions over the years. The museum is the perfect place for kids to explore, learn, and grow. I remember how amazed I was when I first entered--the museum has all sorts of real life setups like a grocery store, veterinarian's office, and library where kids can learn through play. Amongst the many exhibits are the water room and the music room--always favorites for any kid! 

Besides their standing exhibits, the museum also has special exhibits. I remember one that they had on Japan a couple of years ago. My daughter was totally enthralled by it and learned a lot about life in Japan.

Currently, the museum has a special exhibit with larger than life pop-up books about the beloved story, The Wizard of Oz! The Wizard of Oz has always been one of my favorites and my daughter has followed down the same yellow brick road. This exhibit is guaranteed to amaze many visitors--young and old. Here is some more info and a coupon:

On Exhibit: Now – January 6, 2013
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz exhibit features larger than life pop-up books that dazzle the eyes and stimulates the mind. Each section of this exhibit, based on the book published in 1900 by L. Frank Baum and illustrated by W. W. Denslow, is an oversized three-dimensional page from the original story. Experience science, art and history through the magic of this timeless story and instill a love of reading and storytelling in young children.

 My readers receive $1 Off Child admission with this coupon.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was developed by the Great Explorations Children's Museum.
The Kohl Children's Museum is located at 2100 Patriot Boulevard, Glenview, IL.
**Disclosure: I will receive admission to the Kohl Children's Museum for this post. All opinions are 100% my own.

1 comment

  1. sounds like a very fun museum...who would not enjoy learning there?!