When my daughters were in preschool, we couldn’t wait to watch Chris and Martin Kratt on PBS with their lovable lemur sidekick Zoboomafoo.
Kratt Brothers Company is the creative force behind such hit shows as Emmy-winning preschool series Zoboomafoo, live-action adventure series Be The Creature and the new animated hit, Wild Kratts.
These American educational nature show hosts have a Wild Kratts: Creature Power! museum exhibit at the Discovery Cube Los Angeles. It’s in partnership with the Minnesota Children’s Museum and Kratt Brothers Company Ltd. Together they are bringing the popular Wild Kratts world to life to families in Southern California.
“We invite fans of the popular Wild Kratts characters to be transported to the Wild Kratts world,” said Joe Adams, CEO, Discovery Cube. “The Wild Kratts exhibit will engage our young guests in wide-ranging STEM experiences that will inspire, educate and impact young explorers.”
There are four habitats that include penguins in Antartica, the tropical rainforest where visitors can sneak through the forest using the stealth of a jaguar or swing through trees like a spider money, and hop like a kangaroo in the Australian Outback Desert.
Animal experts Chris and Martin Kratt and a cast of heroes and villains explore and learn about the secret lives of extraordinary creatures including Orcas, an ant-eating, desert-dwelling Thorny Devil, a propelling platypus, Leopard Seal and loud calling Laughing Kookaburra and see a life action science collaboration, where children will help the team solve problems and protect animals. The diverse animal environments immerse children and families in explorations of animals and the relationships between them.
Along the way, join the Wild Kratts team to undermine villains Zach, Donita, Gourmand, and Paisley’s nefarious plans, using Wild Kratts technology and the powers of science and teamwork to learn about and help animals.
Join the Wild Kratts team at the Discovery Cube Los Angeles at the Wild Kratts: Creature Power! museum exhibit. General admission tickets or memberships are required to participate. Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.discoverycube.org or at the science center. The exhibit will be open in Los Angeles from May 25 – September 8, 2019.