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Wild ImaginationFall 20/Winter 21
There are so many opportunities to use your imagination. Let your imagination run wild!
Crayola Experience is Crayola’s premier, one-of-a-kind family attraction! Dozens of hands-on, creative activities and a full day of fun awaits families. The colorful adventures of Crayola Experience help kids and adults alike explore art and technology, express their creativity and experience color in a whole new way. Name and wrap your very own Crayola crayon!
Sculpt colorful creations using Crayola Model Magic, melt down crayons into shapes – including a puppy dog and laughing emoji. Create unique keepsakes with melted wax, star in your own coloring page, watch your paper creation come to life as it bops and rocks in the spotlight, make a colorful craft, paint with watercolors and so much more.
Throw on that cape and soar with the celebrities at Madame Tussauds Orlando! Who is Madame Tussauds you ask? Born Marie Grosholtz in 1761 then later marrying Francois Tussaud in 1795, Marie Tussaud was a pioneer of unique creativity making her mark to establish what is now the world’s greatest wax museum with locations across the entire globe! The studio artists use her same craftsmanship to this day when creating their life-like wax figures from sculpting and molding to painting and hair styling. Each figure can take approximately 3-6 months to create with over 20 skilled artists working on the fi gure from start to fi nish. FUN FACT: what makes the figures look so incredibly life-like? Oil paint!
Head over to the world’s greatest wax museum on International Drive at ICON Park where fame, fantasy and fun are waiting for everyone.
Let your imagination run wild at Orlando Science Center! The Hive is one of many exhibits spread out over four floors that sparks creativity and inspires wonder. Whether you choose a guided activity or your own designs, you’ll walk away with something authentically handmade and have learned some new skills in the process!
Learn how to sew a button, fold an origami crane, design a fi gurine using 3D modeling software then bring it to life with a 3D printer, or solder a circuit board – there’s always something new to try! The Hive: A Makespace is presented by the Isaacs Family and is recommended for ages 8 and up, but there are opportunities for all ages throughout the museum, from KidsTown to DinoDigs to the new blockbuster exhibit, Pompeii: The Immortal City.
Explore Louis Comfort Tiffany’s unbounded creativity at the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art. Would you use armor to decorate your house? American artist Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933), who looked to Japan for artistic inspiration in the nineteenth century, did just this. The Morse Museum’s “Create and Explore” webpage offers art activities, video and audio experiences, lesson plans and more that virtually connect visitors with Tiffany works and the artist’s many sources of creativity, like that of Japanese design aesthetics. New content, available Wednesday, November 25, will specifi cally explore tsuba, or Japanese sword guards, a prominent element in many Tiffany designs. Embark on an online scavenger hunt through the Morse’s tsuba, those collected by Tiffany, and create your own at home with step-by-step instructions!
WHOOSH! A young girl squeals, grabbing her father’s hand as they’re lifted into the air on her favorite attraction, THE LEGO® MOVIE™ Masters of Flight. She looks around in awe, completely immersed in the technicolor world where everything is awesome. She giggles in glee as they soar past her favorite LEGO® characters. She suddenly hears a thunderous roar of laughter, glancing over to discover it is her father, who has the same childlike expression on his face. She has never seen him so excited before.
When the ride came to a fi nish, she turned to her father and said, “I’ve never seen you laugh like that before!” He smiled and said, “When we’re here at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort, I feel like a kid again – just like you. And well, my imagination just goes wild!”