If you want to be among the first to check out the Doc McStuffins exhibition, then you head to the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. This is the largest children’s museum in the world.
It will host the exhibition for a few months. Then, from 2017 onwards, Doc McStuffins will start to travel around the US. It will visit several big museums.
Doc McStuffins is here to stay
The exhibit is scheduled through 2019. There are stops currently planned for the Discovery Cube OC in Santa Ana, California. Also, Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, New Jersey, and Children’s Museum of Atlanta in Georgia.
“Right away, they demonstrated the passion, the vision and the expertise to make this happen,” Jennifer Rogers-Doyle, vice president, Franchise Management, Disney Channels Worldwide, said about the Indianapolis museum.
The new exhibit will inspire kids too be caring and compassioned. It will also be a big prove that Doc McStuffins is actually popular enough to have a special museum exhibit. A few weeks ago, the fate of the popular character was uncertain. There were rumors that Disney Junior will cancel the show. Fans started an online campaign to save it and they succeeded. Now Doc McStuffins is back with a new season and even bigger plans for the future.
“Seeing the Disney Junior brand grow to be that trusted brand for preschool moms has really allowed us to take the storytelling from TV into this incredible immersive experience so that we can have a true impact on kids,” Rogers-Doyle said.
Dottie “Doc” McStuffins first opened the doors to her backyard playhouse clinic, where the six-year-old girl communicates with and heals stuffed animals and broken toys, in 2012. In four years she became a fan favorite. The show has consistently been a Top 10 preschool cable TV series in key demographics. Doc McStuffins has been ordered more than 20 million times via set-top-box in just the past year alone.