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A Massive Dr. Seuss Exhibit With A Magical Maze Is Coming To Seattle Soon

Step into your favorite childhood book.

If you ever grew up reading The Cat In The Hat or wished you could wander through the enchanting Truffula forest, you’re not alone. We’ve got great news for you! Seattle’s Dr. Seuss exhibit is coming soon with a giant magical maze. You don’t want to miss this once in a lifetime event.

The Dr. Seuss Experience was announced earlier this fall, to the excitement of fans everywhere. 

It’s already open in Toronto, Canada! Dates for the Seattle event are still in the works, but we’ve got our eyes on the prize, so you’ll be the first to know when it opens. 

Even if you’re not in the Rainy City, it’s definitely worth a road trip. Why not give your California friends some serious FOMO? 

According to King 5 News, the exhibit will also travel to Houston, Boston, and several other North American cities. 

Step inside a journey of nine different Dr. Seuss books and take a look around. You and your friends will get wander-ously lost in the 15,000 square foot exhibit.

Swing from Truffula trees from The Lorax with your BFF and make your way through a colorful balloon-filled maze from the main exhibit, “Oh, The Places You’ll Go.”

It’s an Instagrammable wonderland! There are seriously so many cute photo ops; you’ll never run out of ideas. 

In addition, The Cat In The Hat will also be on display. Details for this exhibit have not been revealed yet. 

There are also towering, waist-high pink clovers from Horton Hears A Who. You’re in for so many surprises.

Did we mention there’s also an exhibit from “If I Ran The Circus” complete with a working carousel?

We’re so excited to finally be able to live out the stories IRL. It’s a total childhood fantasy. Stay tuned for more details on this exciting exhibit. 

Dr. Seuss Exhibit

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Why You Need To Go: You can step into your favorite childhood books in real life!


Editor's Note: These photos were taken from the Dr. Seuss Exhibit in Canada.