Step into the world of Dr. Seuss when it arrives in Houston. The exhibit originally opened in 2019 but had to take some time off due to the pandemic. Now, it is back on tour and coming to Texas for all to enjoy. When it arrives in May, it will be set up at the George R. Brown Convention Center and will stay there until August.

Seuss-ians can tour through nine stories of Dr. Seuss books within the exhibit. At the center of the exhibit, you will find a giant maze in the theme of Oh, the Places You'll Go as you navigate through The Cat in the Hat, Horton Hears a Who!, and The Lorax. Promoters for the show are hoping this display will be a glimpse into the world we have missed over the last year.

Tickets are on pre-sale now after you register with the Seuss Experience website. General tickets go on sale April 17. No information has been given on ticket prices, but children under one year old will be free.

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