January 19 – May 12, 2019
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: A Grr-ific Exhibit brings to life the themes presented in the award-winning PBS Kids television series created by The Fred Rogers Company that follows the adventures of 4-year-old Daniel Tiger and his friends.
Step into Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood – where Daniel and his friends help young children navigate their world, and caregivers guide their journey. Play, sing, explore, and pretend in some favorite and familiar places from the Neighborhood. Try a fun activity, share a memory, and create grr-ific new ones on this beautiful day! Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood brings the wisdom and life lessons of Fred Rogers to a new generation.
Through immersive experiences, visitors will work together to solve problems, use their imaginations to transform their surroundings, and play along with Daniel’s singable strategies as they learn life’s little lessons.
Created by Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh in partnership with The Fred Rogers Company. DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD © 2019 The Fred Rogers Company. All rights reserved.
"Daniel speaks directly to children, and he is their age. Because of that, they see him as their friend, and he goes through a lot of the challenges that they face, whether it’s dealing with mad feelings or learning how to share."Paul Siefken, President and Chief Executive Officer with The Fred Rogers Company
Use your imagination and creativity to take your play to new heights. Express yourself in many ways, while making choices and sharing with others.
Explore meaningful topics like diversity, empathy, self-regulation, and gratitude, empowering visitors to better understand their feelings and the feelings of their neighbors.
Thomas Sullivan, Director of Education and Programs at DuPage Children's Museum
Work on persistence and collaboration as you make and build items seen in Daniel’s neighborhood.
Explore Daniel’s Neighborhood, while also taking the time to focus on your family and your own community.
Skills in Action
Playing in this exhibit with nurture a child’s ability to: