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'Lion Guard' Exhibit Heads to Miami

'Lion Guard' Exhibit Heads to Miami

The Miami Children’s Museum will launch the first museum exhibit based on Disney Junior’s animated series “The Lion Guard.”

The Disney Junior-inspired exhibit will launch in January 2018 and travel across the U.S. through 2022.

The Miami Children’s Museum will launch the first museum exhibit based on Disney Junior’s animated series “The Lion Guard.”

The new exhibit will aim to bring “The Lion Guard” story to life for children and families through hands-on activities as well as interactive and imaginative play. Guests will also discover and learn about the traits of each member of The Lion Guard team–Kion, Bunga, Fuli, Beshte and Ono–that allow them to work together to maintain balance in the Circle of Life.

“Helping kids learn to appreciate teamwork and recognize the attributes that contribute to being a strong leader is an important milestone in their development and we are delighted to be working with the Miami Children’s Museum on their exhibit featuring the characters and themes from our much-loved Disney Junior series ‘The Lion Guard,’” says Nancy Kanter, executive vice president, content and creative strategy, Disney Channels Worldwide, and general manager, Disney Junior Worldwide. “Giving families a chance to experience our stories beyond the screen is a vital part of what we do and an example of how we can work together in communities to make a lasting impact.”

“The Lion Guard” exhibit will debut at the Miami Children’s Museum in January 2018. After six months, the exhibit will travel to other children’s museums across the U.S. through 2022.

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