Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, A Grr-iffic Exhibit Invites Kids to Join the Neighborhood

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, A Grr-iffic Exhibit, currently at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, invites children to step into the world of Daniel Tiger' and his friends. Children can sing, explore and pretend with friends and family in some favorite places from the award-winning PBS KIDS television series.  

Here are some of the activities you will encounter during your visit:

  • Meet and Greet with Daniel Tiger on Sundays and Thursdays until September 4. 
  • Transform into your favorite characters and neighborhood helpers, such as a policeman and doctor, using costumes and hand-held face masks. See yourself sparkle in the Imagination Mirror and act out a scene on the Imagination Stage. 
  • Use a simple knitting machine to create a piece of a red sweater. 
  • Visit the Clock Factory where you can play with different kinds of clocks; work with others to make the clock tick. 
  • Express yourself using one-of-a-kind musical instruments. 
  • Write or draw a thank you note to someone who has done something special for you and share it on the Thank You Tree. 
  • Meet Daniel and all of his friends at the Neighborhood School. Make each friend move and say something special. 
  • Sort, deliver and receive mail and packages at the Neighborhood Post Office. 
  • Select a block and place it on the table to hear to Daniel sing a strategy song from the series.
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