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The Magic House, St. Louis Children’s Museum has over 30 years of experience creating memorable, interactive, learning environments and hands-on exhibits. Now The Magic House is taking its unique and beautifully constructed exhibits on the road to children’s museums and libraries across the country.

The Magic House makes installation simple! Exhibits are modular and easily adapt to a variety of gallery sizes and shapes. CAD drawings are provided in advance to make pre-planning a breeze. Easy to use marketing and educational materials are also provided

To learn more about our traveling exhibits or to book a tour date, please contact us at travelingexhibits@magichouse.org or call 314.822.8900.

Current Touring Exhibits:


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Sid the Science Kid: The Super-Duper Exhibit!

2,500 square feet with flexibly for larger or smaller spaces

This exciting, new traveling exhibit brings the award-winning PBS KIDS TV series Sid the Science Kid to life. Created in collaboration with The Jim Henson Company, for the first time ever, kids will be able to step into Sid’s world and become “science kids” themselves as they discover and investigate everyday science questions around Sid’s home, at school in the Super Fab Lab and on the playground. Through fun, hands-on activities, kids will use scientific tools and thinking to learn about simple machines, the laws of motion, magnetism, air power and the five senses. It’s sure to be a super-duper-ooper-schmooper good time!

Target Audience:
Children ages 2-8 and their families

Sponsored by:
The exhibit is generously made possible by The Boeing Company, the Employees Community Fund of Boeing St. Louis, Sally and Bill Canfield, the Crawford Taylor Foundation, Judy and Jerry Kent, Monsanto Company and Sigma-Aldrich.

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Magic Tree House® Exhibit

1,500 to 3,000 square feet

Join Jack and Annie on three of their favorite adventures: Thanksgiving on Thursday, Civil War on Sunday and Twister on Tuesday. In Thanksgiving on Thursday, children can climb Plymouth Rock, dig for clams on the beach, help prepare the feast in a Pilgrim house and set the Thanksgiving table. Children can then get swept up in the American Civil War with Civil War on Sunday, where they have the opportunity to take a bumpy ride in a horse-drawn ambulance, play drums in a drummer boy’s tent and work as a nurse in a field hospital. Children are sure to be blown away by Twister on Tuesday where they can go to school in a one-room school house, drive the steam engine and experience a simulated tornado! The Magic Tree House® Exhibit allows imaginations to grow. Let the adventure begin!

Target Audience:
Children ages 3 through 10.

Sponsored by:
Crawford Taylor Foundation

Once Upon A Time…
Exploring the World of Fairy Tales

1,500 to 3,000 square feet

Once Upon a Time… Exploring the World of Fairy Tales is a unique and educational exhibit focusing on the power and significance of fairy tales throughout history and from around the world. From an African jungle to a giant’s castle, visitors explore larger-than-life pages of seven favorite fairy tales. Visitors enter the exhibit via a magical portal into a fabulous storybook kingdom where they’ll learn the meaning and history of tales they’ve known all their lives and others that may be new to them.

Visitors really get into the story as they cross a wooden bridge in Anansi and the Talking Melon, play a harpsichord in Beauty and the Beast, try on a glass slipper in Cinderella, work at a cobblers bench in The Elves and the Shoemaker, climb a beanstalk in Jack and the Beanstalk, catch a wolf in Lon Po Po and crawl through a mole’s hole in Thumbelina.

Target Audience:
Children ages 2 through 10.

Languages:
Text graphics are in English and Spanish.

This extract is from George Saves The World By Lunchtime, by Jo Readman and Ley Honor Roberts. Reprinted by permission of The Random House Group Ltd. Text copyright © Jo Readman, 2006. Illustrations copyright © Ley Honor Roberts, 2006. Photographs copyright © Eden Project, with thanks to Ley Honor Roberts, Bernie Hawes, Dan Ryan and Glen Leishman. Glass and newsprint photographs reproduced by kind permission of Rockware Glass and Aylesford Newsprint respectively. All rights reserved.


Super Kids Save the World

1,500 to 3,000 square feet

It’s saving electricity with a single flip of a light switch. It’s the power to turn an old tablecloth into a super hero cape and the ability to repair something instead of throwing it away after a crash, boom, bam. It's fighting pollution and saving the world one aluminum can at a time. It's ordinary kids making a difference. It’s Super Kids Save the World!

Super Kids Save the World gives kids (and their parents) the power to go green! Designed with “green” materials and practices, this super exhibit gives kids real super hero training starting with the four R's: Reduce, Reuse, Repair, Recycle!

Super Kids Save the World is based on the British children's book, George Saves the World by Lunchtime written by Jo Readman and illustrated by Ley Honor Roberts. Developed by the Eden Project, an educational charity dedicated to showing the importance of taking care of our world, this book features an ordinary family, who in the course of their day save the world simply by making responsible choices. George, Flora and Grandpa demonstrate that by taking simple steps, families can become eco-friendly superheroes in their own communities.

Target Audience:
Children ages 2 through 10.

Sponsored by:
Crawford Taylor Foundation and Enterprise Rent-A-Car Family.