BURTON — Wild Kratts: Creature Power!, an interactive exhibit based on the popular PBS Kids series, opened this past weekend at Sloan Museum at Courtland Center Mall. In this exhibit – created by Minnesota Children’s Museum in collaboration with the Kratt Brothers Company – kids and families explore four animal habitats and the creatures within them.
This adventurous exhibit, which focuses on cultivating STEM skills in children ages 3 to 9, invites kids and families to explore animal habitats from around the globe, discover incredible creature powers and go on a mission to foil the villains’ nefarious plans.
“This exhibit will get kids moving and thinking while they explore important concepts in science and the natural world,” said Chris Kratt, executive producer of Wild Kratts and co-founder of The Kratt Brothers Company.
Visitors will explore four animal habitats including:
• Tropical Rainforest
• The Antarctic
• Australian Outback Desert
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Wild Kratts: Creature Power! will be on exhibit at Sloan Museum at Courtland Center through Jan. 20, 2020. Hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, 12–5 p.m. Traveling exhibit admission is $3 per person for Genesee County residents and free for members. Non-resident traveling exhibit admission is $9 for adults, $8 for seniors, and $7 for kids ages 2-11.