Curious George: Let’s Get Curious!

Gallery Guide

Get Curious at Home Activity Guide.

Meet and Greet Curious George Fridays and Saturdays. Review FAQs for dates and times.

Want to meet Curious George every weekend?  Become a member today to enjoy unlimited free museum admission.

About the Exhibit

The exhibit’s content is based on educational standards developed by Minnesota Children’s Museum and an expert advisory panel to the PBS KIDS series, as well as national science and math standards for young children.

Designed, developed and built by Minnesota Children’s Museum in partnership with Universal Studios Consumer Products Group, Curious George: Let’s Get Curious! is on a five-year, 20-city tour of children’s museums across the country. Minnesota Children’s Museum is a national leader in interactive learning and educational programming for children’s museums. The Museum has designed and built numerous exhibits including Adventures with Clifford The Big Red DogÔ, The Amazing CastleÔ, Go FigureÔ and Geo-Zoooom that travel to children’s museums and libraries throughout North America. The Curious George: Let’s Get Curious! exhibit is sponsored by 3M.


Photo Credit: Curious George television series merchandise © Universal Studios. Curious George and related characters, created by Margret and H.A. Rey, are copyrighted and trademarked by Houghton Mifflin Company and used under license. Licensed by Universal Studios Licensing LLLP. All rights reserved. The PBS KIDS logo is registered mark of PBS and is used with permission.


Thank you for your interest in MODS! The AutoNation IMAX Theater is currently open for Hollywood releases. To purchase tickets and for showtimes, please click here.

The Museum’s daily visiting hours are temporarily suspended. We are now offering virtual and offsite programming, which allows us to continue connecting people around the globe to inspiring science - whether at home or in virtual classrooms. We look forward to reopening our doors when case numbers are down, visitor and staff safety can be ensured, and when a viable vaccine becomes available, shoring up public health. Please take advantage of our online experiences.

For Museum updates and innovative virtual experiences, please continue to check our website and sign up for our newsletter to see the coolest content first! Hang with us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube to learn something exciting and fun each and every day from home!

Thank you for your understanding, trust and support during these exceptional times.