The CMFDL team continues to work hard designing, building and preparing to install brand new exhibits! We’ve enlisted architectureisfun, a design firm who develops interiors, exhibits and learning environments for children of all ages. Lead designers, Peter and Sharon Exley, continue to share their remarkable educative design philosophy with CMFDL to help us complete the museum’s multi-layered, flexible, kinetic environment that inspires intuitive and unpredictable interaction and harnesses the power of play!
Read about each of the new exhibits planned for the museum and visit often to see the progress for yourself!
Observe, predict, and study weather patterns in Antarctica! Under the Museum’s weather dome, young meteorologists spin the weather wheel to […]
The Map Zone
Within the museum’s activated public spaces, visitors will orient themselves within the museum, their neighborhood and the world. Children will […]
Bull and Bear Market
Learn how buyers and sellers interact in the Tokyo Stock Market in interactive ways. Networked computer stations allow multiple players […]
Journey deep into the rainforests of Brazil for an Amazon adventure! Along the way, children discover a community of living […]