On May 26, the final touches were put on La Casa de Dora, an exhibit featuring Nickelodeon’s popular Dora the Explorer character.
Much like the animated adventure series starring the 7-year-old Latina heroine, the problem-solving action still takes place. But this time it’s out of the rain forest.
La Casa de Dora, sponsored by Publix, allows preschoolers to experience a life-size replica of Dora’s 2,000-square-foot Latin American home, including tropical courtyard.
Each section is filled with interactive games, such as a kitchen filled with cooking utensils and food labeled in English and Spanish, problem-solving activities such as packing Dora’s famous backpack with the right supplies, and a visit from a live, costumed Dora character.
This is a new exhibit at the Young Art Children’s Museum in Davie, Florida.