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'Wild Kratts' Museum Goes on the Road

'Wild Kratts' Museum Goes on the Road

Kratt Brothers Company and Minnesota Children’s Museum are teaming for a dedicated touring museum exhibit featuring PBS Kids series “Wild Kratts.”

Launching January 2019 two traveling “Wild Kratts” exhibits that will reach markets across North America.

The interactive exhibits– Wild Kratts: Creature Power!, and Wild Kratts: Ocean Adventure–will allow children to immerse themselves in creature adventure using “Wild Kratts”-branded technology, science and collaboration to help them solve problems and protect animals.

“The new ‘Wild Kratts’ traveling exhibits capture the spirit and sense of adventure that kids love about the show,” says Chris Kratt, creator, producer and co-star, “Wild Kratts” and co-founder, Kratt Brothers Company. “We’re excited to team up with Minnesota Children’s Museum to bring hands-on fun and learning to fans in towns and cities from coast-to-coast."

"We’re thrilled at the opportunity to help families experience the adventurous world of ‘Wild Kratts,’ says Dianne Krizan, president, Minnesota Children’s Museum. “The exhibit will use the power of play to give children opportunities to develop critical thinking, collaboration, confidence, and more.”

In addition to the museum tours, the all-new ‘Wild Kratts’ LIVE 2.0, Activate Creature Power! stage show kicks off its 2018/2019 run in September at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts in Eugene, OR. Kratt Brothers Company has also recently sealed a multi-year contract renewal with “Wild Kratts” master publishing partner Random House Children’s Books, which will introduce new book formats, including Big Book of Facts, among others.

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