The spectacular expertise of Dr. Seuss is coming to Houston this summer season

I swear … every other day I come across something that makes me throw my hands in the air and say, “Why didn’t we have this when I was a kid ?!”

Man, today’s kids are depraved, but hey, good for them; and it looks like her parents could enjoy it too.

The impressive Dr. Seuss Experience takes place May 15 through August 15 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston.

It’s a traveling exhibit that has made its way to cities across North America for the past few years, and the website describes it as a “seuss-spectacular sensory spectacle” inspired by 9 of the prolific children’s book books including “The Cat in the Hat” , the Lorax, Horton Hears a Who and even The Grinch.

The FAQs say they will take COVID-19 precautions, including improved cleaning of the props, which will make the experience truly immersive. They say the entire experience is anywhere from an hour to 90 minutes, giving you plenty of time to explore it all.

Check out the trailer above to get an idea of ​​what you and your family can do at the Dr. Seuss Experience can expect. It looks pretty awesome to me. When I was a kid I was overwhelmed by how resourceful, wacky, and busy Dr. Seuss’ illustrations were, and I dreamed of walking around these worlds.

I don’t have children of my own, but I’ll see if my brother and sister-in-law want to take my nephew with them this summer. That will be my excuse to go along as a big kid!

If you’d like to join in, tickets will go on sale on April 17th. Information about the tickets can be found here.

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