Visiting the Reading Adventureland Exhibit
I am going to visit the Reading Adventureland exhibit at The Strong museum.
Things will be different from my last visit. This is to keep me and my adult healthy. Museum hosts will be wearing blue shirts and masks. The museum may smell different than I remember. I will smell the cleaning supplies that the workers are using to clean the museum. I might see workers cleaning while I am visiting the museum. I can help, too, by cleaning my hands and not touching my face.
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 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.