This fall, fans of green eggs and ham and the Grinch will have the chance to attend an exhibit that features the man who created it all. A traveling Dr. Seuss exhibit will make its way around the United States and Canada, inviting fans of the children’s writer and his work to take part in an interactive world of characters and stories.
A maze based on the best-selling book Oh, the Places You’ll Go! will lead visitors through a journey where they must make difficult decisions that will result in a consequence depending on the decision. Other rooms will pay tribute to other books, such as The Cat in the Hat and The Lorax, covering a total of 15,000 square feet.
Organizers hope to instill in visitors some of the messages from the author’s books. For example, The Sneetches and Other Stories promotes the ideas of tolerance and individuality, whereas Oh, The Places You’ll Go! is an inspirational story that encourages people to follow their dreams.
After two years of development, “The Dr. Seuss Experience” will finally kick off in Toronto on Oct. 26 and will travel to U.S. cities like Boston, Houston, Seattle and others.
Those who are interested in attending can visit the website and register with their e-mail address and postal code.
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