PHOTOS: See Inside the New Paw Patrol Exhibit at The Henry Ford

Play with your favorite pups in Adventure Bay!

The new PAW Patrol: Adventure Play exhibit at The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation is bringing your favorite PAW Patrol pups to Dearborn! 

Your family can step into the world of Adventure Bay and join Marshall, Chase, Skye, Rubble, Everest, Rocky, Zuma and Tracker in a series of hands-on, educational adventures. 

Quick details about PAW Patrol: Adventure Play

  • When: Feb. 18-April 28 
  • Hours: 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. daily
  • Cost: Exhibit is free with cost of admission. $30/adults 12-61, $27/seniors 62+, $22.50/children 5-11, free for children 4 and under 
  • Parking: Parking is available in several lots for $9. 
@metroparent We went to see the PAW Patrol: Adventure Play exhibit at @The Henry Ford! 🐶🚢 #metroparent #MPmoment #metrodetroit #thehenryford #dearborn ♬ Down Like That – Bryson Tiller

The play-based exhibit will help children discover their abilities, overcome challenges and learn to work as a team. Here are just a few highlights from the pup-tastic children’s exhibit. 

Things to do at PAW Patrol: Adventure Play

Photo credit: Kari Zaffarano

  • Work with Zuma to free a trapped baby seagull. 
  • Play hopscotch while you go on an aquatic rescue mission with Skye.
  • Use a telescope and climb a snowy mountain with Everest. 
  • Lend a paw and help Marshall bake a cake. 
  • Clean up Adventure Bay by helping Rocky sort metal, paper and glass into recycling bins.
  • Play pretend in the PAW Patroller and Sea Patroller. 
  • Snap a family photo to remember your exciting day of PAW Patrol teamwork.

Photos: See inside PAW Patrol: Adventure Play

Photo credit: Kari Zaffarano

Photo credit: Kari Zaffarano

Photo credit: Kari Zaffarano

Photo credit: Kari Zaffarano

Photo credit: Kari Zaffarano

Photo credit: Kari Zaffarano

Other things to see with kids at The Henry Ford: 

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Photo credit: Gary Malerba for The Henry Ford

Make the most of your trip to the Henry Ford with these other great exhibits for kids. Find more tips on visiting in our Family Museum Guide to The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation

  • See the Rosa Parks Bus, Kennedy Limousine, The Lincoln Chair, model trains and Allegheny Steam Locomotive.
  • Drop in at Tinkering for Tots 10 a.m.-noon. The monthly preschool-aged event features a story, artifact of the day, open exploration and take-home activity.
  • Stop by the Lionel Model Train exhibit to pick up a free copy of Story Stroll’s book. Every month features a new book.
  • Car-obsessed kids (and adults!) will love “Driving in America.” The exhibit showcases more than 100 vehicles from over the years. Also, stop by “Driven to Win” to immerse yourself in a 180-degree multisensory theater experience, “Fueled by Passion.”

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Nikki Roberts
Nikki Roberts
Nikki Roberts is the assistant editor on the Metro Parent team. She is always on the lookout for the coolest and trendiest new attractions, restaurants and events for metro Detroit families. Her newsletters, online family guides and exciting digital content keep families informed on all the latest happenings around town.

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