Does your kid ask you questions like “what would happen if the Earth stops spinning,” or “why are tires round,” or “how does a plane fly?” Well, my standard reply is “call your Uncle John, the physicist.” But if you want to encourage your child’s curiosity rather than deflect it, then this Big Deal is for you.
Art&Seek is pleased to offer five fortunate families free admission for four to the Fort Worth Museum of Science & History’s new exhibition, “Curious George: Let’s Get Curious!” The interactive exhibition will lead young visitors through a fun math, science and engineering-based adventure that will encourage their natural curiosity. All the while, the exhibit is surrounded by the familiar faces of H. A. and Margret Rey’s classic Curious George stories. The exhibition runs Saturday through Jan. 5, so there’ll be plenty of time to take the kids, but not plenty of time to win this Big Deal. We’ll draw our winners this Friday.
Remember: To be eligible to win the Big Deal you have to be an Art&Seek e-newsletter subscriber. Subscribe here if you’re not, then sign up for this Big Deal and our other Deals this week – tickets to see NT Live! Othello at the Angelika Film Center in Dallas or Plano, or tickets to see Sarah Brightman at the Verizon Theatre in Grand Prairie.
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UPDATE: We have our winners! Don’t forget to check back for more Big Deals next week.