Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 'Secrets of the Sewer' exhibit promotes teamwork at Orlando Science Center


  • photo courtesy Orlando Science Center

The Orlando Science Center will open a new limited-time exhibit, "Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Secrets of the Sewer," on May 25.

Presented by the Nemours Children's Health System, the exhibit aims to tackle team-building skills through the use of crime-fighting tactics and the Ninja Turtles' strong unity.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles brothers Leonardo (the tactical, courageous leader in blue), Michelangelo (the free-spirited jokester in orange), Raphael (the aggressive tough guy in red) and Donatello (the scientist and technological genius in purple) guide participants through their underground lair in New York City teaching them skills and tactics.

  • photo courtesy Orlando Science Center

Children and families can practice balance on skateboards, learn patience to navigate rope mazes, use teamwork to build a "bridge," assemble circuited puzzles and much more.

"Secrets of the Sewer" will travel to children's museums and science centers around the country, but will only be available at the Orlando Science Center until Sept. 2.

Admission to the exhibit is included with general admission and free for members. The Orlando Science Center is located at 777 E. Princeton St. For more information on the event, click here.

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