Visiting the Reading Adventureland Exhibit
I am going to visit the Reading Adventureland exhibit at The Strong Museum.
Museum hosts will be wearing blue shirts, and some may wear a mask. I might see museum workers cleaning and smell cleaning supplies while I am visiting. I can help keep the museum clean, too, by cleaning my hands.
I will walk with my adult to Reading Adventureland. We will walk past other exhibits. There will be other children playing there, too.
Once I go past the very big arch that looks like a pop-up book, I will be in Reading Adventureland.
In the Upside-Down Nonsense house, I can look in to a big, funny mirror or say rhymes at the word play station.
At the Adventure Island area, I can explore the cave and climb up into a ship and play there. I could make a flag and send it down to the beach below.
I might perform on the Fairy Tale Forest stage. I can make the giant’s arms move up and down.
I could make a crown in the castle or sit on the throne. I can go upstairs and play with a really big chess set, or make music on the harp or floor piano.
If I climb up Jack’s beanstalk, I will take off my shoes and follow the arrows to climb all the way up, and then back down. The Candy Cottage is a fun place to play, too.
In the Wizard’s Workshop, I can try to pull the sword out of the stone or make a magic wand. I might use the light tables to draw in the dragon area.
I will stay inside Reading Adventureland with my adult until we are ready to leave together. I am excited to play in Reading Adventureland.