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Traveling Exhibits

presented locally by Xerox Foundation.

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Video/Photography Disclaimer

Please be advised that all visitors may be photographed and/or videotaped for promotional purposes. If you do not want your image or your child’s image to appear in the museum’s marketing materials, please notify the Welcome Desk when you arrive.

Traveling Exhibit Gallery

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Throughout the year Stepping Stones plays host to exciting exhibits created by other museums and organizations.

Rainforest Adventure

A Stepping Stones original returns January 30, 2016 and runs through June 13.

Rainforest Adventure introduces children to tropical rainforest communities, the challenges these communities face and ways that people of all ages can impact their survival. The journey through the exhibit is an active and exciting adventure where children will crawl, explore and experiment. Younger children discover the beauty, wonders and rich diversity of rainforests. Older children may become rainforest scientists and investigate issues, analyze information and determine their role in supporting rainforest conservation.

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Rainforest Adventure was created by Stepping Stones Museum for Children. This exhibit is partially sponsored by Horizon Foundation, Inc.

Upcoming Exhibits

October – December 2016

Heart and Seoul: Growing Up in Korea

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Heart and Seoul: Growing Up in Korea is a new, cultural exhibit In which five modern-day Korean kids will open their hearts and invite you to take an intimate look into their lives through their diverse interests, customs and ambitions.

The exhibit will use traditional folktales as well as current day personal stories told by Korean children to engage visitors in learning about time-honored cultural values and life in South Korea’s highly urbanized and technologically-advanced.

Children and visitors will be able to explore gallery areas that recreate the settings that characterize the lives of typical South Korean children in Seoul, such as an apartment, classroom, taekwondo studio, and K-pop stage. Throughout the exhibit, these spaces will be embedded with traditional folktales and games to show how values like respect for parents and elders; the importance of scholarship; loyalty to family, friends and community; and hospitality are still an integral facet of 21st century Korean life.

Heart and Seoul: Growing Up in Korea is part of the Freeman Foundation Asian Culture Exhibit Series, funded by the Freeman Foundation and administered by Association of Children’s Museum.
Created by the Children’s Museum of Houston with additional major funding has been provided by Samsung.

Past Exhibits

Broken? Fix it!
Mega Making
Making Space
My Sky
Conservation Quest®
Healthyville® – Traveling Exhibit
Secrets Of Circles
Dinosaur Revolution - Live Large
Native Voices: New England Tribal Families
Framed: Step into Art™
Blue Man Group – Making Waves
Run! Jump! Fly! Adventures in Action™
Cyberchase™ – The Chase Is On!