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Children’s Museum celebrates immaturity this summer

The Duluth Children’s Museum is exploring the science of silly and the history of hilarity with opening of the “KLUTZ Amazingly Immature” exhibit.

Based on the popular KLUTZ Encyclopedia of Immaturity Vol. 1 and 2, the exhibit is a wacky interactive experience that encourages STEM learning through laughter, play, and comedy. Over 18 fun activities – from pulling a tablecloth out from under dishes to building boomerangs – create a memorable learning experience for children and their families.

As part of the exhibit’s stop in Duluth is a national competition vying to be the most immature city in the United States.

“Amazingly Immature is only visiting 15 cities and we think Duluth can be the most immature of them all,” said Cameron Kruger, President/CEO of the Duluth Children’s Museum. “This is a great opportunity to explore the inner child in all of us and make this the most fun and silly summer imaginable.”

The KLUTZ Amazingly Immature exhibit opens to the public Saturday, May 12 and runs through September. Admission, including the exhibit and rest of the museum, is $9 per person everyone over 2 years old and free for Duluth Children’s Museum members.