“Superheroes come in all shapes and sizes! Meet costumed capers, celebrate community heroes, and discover your own powers on Superhero Sunday.”
The path to geekdom, often starts when we are children; perhaps it was with a comic book, a film or a show. As a parent, you want to share that experience with your children. Conventions are a great way to do so; but the crowds can be overwhelming for young children. The Please Touch Museum’s Superhero Sunday Family Festival is a great con-alternative for little geeks. On Sunday, September 16, you and your whole family can celebrate heroes of all shapes and sizes! Superhero Sunday is from 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and cost a general admission ticket of $19. Cosplay is highly encouraged; so come dressed as your favorite superheroes!
Superhero Sunday Family Festival has many fun activities to do; along with access to play in the museum.
To help you plan your day, here is a list of activities during Superhero Sunday!
Drop-In & Draw: Chalk Zone 11 am – 4 pm Hamilton Hall, Main Level All ages with adult caregiver Grab some chalk, make your mark, and add your creative doodles to our collaborative chalk wall, while thinking about what it means to be a hero.
Program Room: Construction Paper Cape Design 11 am – 2 pm Group Rooms 5 and 6, Lower Level All ages with adult caregiver Drop in any time to experiment with materials and process as you create works of art inspired by your trip to the Museum and your favorite superhero.
Discovery Zone: Community Heroes 11:30 am-12:30 pm and 1:30-4pm Hamilton Hall, Main Level All ages with adult caregiver Put on your imagination cap and explore everyday superheroes through dress-up, props, and dramatic play!
Black Panther Meet & Greet 12 – 12:30, 1 – 1:30, and 2 – 2:30 pm Theater, Lower Level All ages with adult caregiver Stop by to say hello and snap a photo with Black Panther!
Meet & Greet: Fire Fighter Andy Brown 12:30-1:30 pm Hamilton Hall, Main Level All ages with adult caregiver Meet a community hero who keeps us safe every day. Learn about fire safety with local firefighter, Andy Brown.
Music and Movement: Superhero Stretch 4:15 – 4:45 pm Hamilton Hall, Main Level All ages with adult caregiver Meet us at the Torch to stretch, wiggle, and move your body as we end the day with an exploration of rhythm and movement.
Don’t forget your little ones can also ride the carousel ( for $3 or $5 unlimited) and if you’re hungry, you can grab a bite to eat at the Please Touch Museum Café!
If you’re looking to introduce your kids to the world of geeks or further their love of it; then assemble the family for Superhero Sunday at the Please Touch Museum.
Superhero Sunday Family Festival
Sunday, September 16 @11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Please Touch Museum
4231 Avenue of the Republic 19131
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