Dr. Seuss Hits the Road with an Awesomely Interactive Tour

Get ready for an all-new, totally immersive Dr. Seuss experience! Media company Kilburn Live recently announced a partnership with Dr. Seuss Enterprises, and your kiddos won’t want to miss this!

“The Dr. Seuss Experience” includes a 15,000 square-foot space, packed with sensory spectacles from your child’s fave Dr. Seuss stories. Look for areas featuring the beloved Cat In the Hat, Horton Hears a Who!, The Lorax and others. Another notable Dr. Seuss title, Oh the Places You’ll Go!, anchors the experience—with an inter-connected mega-sized balloon maze.

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Kilburn CEO Mark Manuel said, in a press statement, “We are extremely fortunate to have been given the chance to partner with Dr. Seuss Enterprises to create this truly innovative experience.” Manuel continued, “Our entire team grew up reading Dr. Seuss and we have watched our children grow up doing the same. There was a lot of responsibility on our shoulders to represent this property properly.”

How can you visit “The Dr. Seuss Experience?” The tour begins on Oct. 26 in Toronto, Canada. From there it moves to U.S. cities such as Boston, Seattle, Houston and others. Visit “The Dr. Seuss Experience” website for more information on dates and tickets.

—Erica Loop

Photos: Courtesy of Kilburn Live



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