Join Chris and Martin Kratt on a Creature Adventure!

  • Attendance-boosting appeal
  • Based on the consistently top-rated PBS Kids® TV show, Wild Kratts
  • Multi-layered messaging for children and adults alike

Exhibit Details

Content focus
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

2,500 – 3,000 sq. ft. (230 – 280 sq. m.)


Note: Tentative bookings are not listed online. Please contact us to confirm the availability.

Target audience
Ages 3 to 9
Families and school groups


  • Opportunities to develop and practice 21st century learning skills
  • Immersive animal habitats featuring Wild Kratts characters
  • Top-notch educational, marketing and installation materials
  • Exhibit props and costumes
  • Responsive support from experienced staff
  • Collapsible, stackable carts

Brochure (PDF)

Irresistible and Engaging Environments

Activate Creature Power!®
Visitors step into the world of Wild Kratts® to explore the secret lives of extraordinary animals in this brand new exhibit. They immerse themselves in animalhabitats from around the globe, and discover incredible creature powers.

To the Creature Rescue!
Through an inquiry-based approach, children explore age-appropriate science concepts central to animals’ lives. Using Wild Kratts technology and the powers of science and teamwork, they join the Wild Kratts team to solve problems, help animals, and undermine the villains’ nefarious plans.

See You on the Creature Trail!
Visitors explore four animal habitats including a Tropical Rainforest, The Antarctic, Australian Outback Desert and Your Neighborhood. Sneak through the forest using the stealth of a jaguar, swing through the trees like a spider monkey, test your hops against a kangaroo, hunt for lunch like a platypus, and much more!


Contact Michelle Wright,
Traveling Exhibits Manager

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“We’re thrilled at the opportunity to help families experience the adventurous world of Wild Kratts. The exhibit uses the power of play to give children opportunities to develop critical thinking, collaboration, confidence and more.”

— Dianne Krizan, president of Minnesota Children’s Museum

“This exhibit gets kids moving and thinking while they explore important concepts in science and the natural world.”

— Chris Kratt, executive producer of Wild Kratts and co-founder of Kratt Brothers Company