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The Crayola Experience™: A Creative & Magical Celebration + Fun New Exhibits You Won't Want To Miss!

We made our way to downtown Easton, PA on New Year's Eve to The Crayola Experience for their New Year's Eve all day celebration, that concluded with a 12-ft. "Crayon Drop", and fireworks display!
Live music helped to fuel the fun energy of the party (The School Of Rock also played periodically throughout the day in another area).  We all got in the spirit of the season with the varying creative opportunities available, as we made our way through the exhibits and craft stations.
Of course, no visit to The Crayola Experience would be complete without a stop at the World's Largest Crayon Caddy (pictured above) to color one (or all) of their seasonal coloring pages (several choices provided at the Crayon Caddy). This is always a huge hit with our daughter when we visit the Crayola Experience!
We all had a blast creating 2012 Happy New Year party hats (pictured above left). Each guest was provided the opportunity to make their own crown style hat, and was provided with a variety of tools to customize their creations. Crayons, markers, streamers, ribbon, construction paper, scissors, and glue, helped the kids (and the kids at heart) create something truly memorable and unique.

After we were all decked out in our celebratory hats, we headed over to one our favorite area to paint (the incredible conveyor style drying machine ensures that painted art is dry and ready to go in just under two minutes!). The kid's loved using the large easy to handle foam paint stamps (various styles of snowflake paint stamps were available) to make beautiful Winter themed works of art.
THE NEW EXHIBITS AT THE CRAYOLA EXPERIENCE:
New Year's wasn't the only reason to celebrate at the Crayola Experience December 31st! The Crayola Experience unveiled two brand new exhibits, that kid's are going to (and did) go absolutely crazy for! The Crayola Dry Erase Car (pictured above) is absolutely AWESOME! This entire (antique inspired) car is one great space for the kid's to get creative on! That's right! The entire car, in actuality is the creative base.  Little one's will enjoy decorating and designing on the Dry Erase Car with Crayola dry erase markers and crayons.
Disney and Marvel character enthusiasts are sure to delight in having their picture taken in the brand new "Crayola Story Studio"! By standing in front of a themed screen, the computer takes a picture of your child and prints out a themed coloring page with your child's and the Character's image. With choices that include Disney's Cinderella, Disney Pixar's Cars Lightening McQueen and Spiderman, this is sure to become a fast favorite and popular exhibit at The Crayola Experience this year.

With a host of family friendly activities, live music, and the all around magic, that is Crayola, the New Year's Eve Party at The Crayola Experience was the perfect way to ring in the New Year!

Happy 2012!

Wishing you a year filled with creativity, wonderment, magic, and endless possibility.

A Little Bit About The Crayola Experience
At The Crayola Experience™ , you’ll be immersed in color and creativity – a place where there's no limitation to creativity and imagination. You can color, draw, paint and create with
 the latest Crayola products without the worry of cleanup afterwards. Each creative space invites you to play and explore while learning and having lots and lots of fun. See how Crayola Crayons and Markers are made. Learn about the history of the Crayola brand. Explore dozens of interactive projects and activities. This is not the real manufacturing plant, but instead a visitor center that allows the child inside each person to unleash its creative spirit. Each quarter, themes and projects change, giving visitors a variety of projects to create throughout the year.

For more information and to purchase tickets to the Crayola Experience visit:
http://www.crayola.com/factory/


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27 comments:

  1. looks like fun ..my girls would love to do something like this

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  2. oh man that dry erase car looks sooo awesome! i love Crayola!

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  3. Oh wow! This looks like so much fun! When we go to PA we will have to see it for ourselves!

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  4. What a fun looking place to be! I love Crayola! Looks like it was lots of fun!

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  5. I love the largest crayon caddy! It looks like a cool place for kids.

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  7. Wow, that looks like so much fun! I want to say my kids would get a kick out of it, but I know I would probably be just as excited. Thanks for sharing your experience!

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  8. it looks like an awesome time. i bet u had some fun there.

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  9. We visited Crayola and it was the hit of our trip, I think this is a wonderful place for our whole family.

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  10. my kids love colouring. this would be amazing for them.

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  11. Thanks for sharing your experience and beautiful photos with us! Looks like a lot of fun!

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  12. This looks so amazing! I'm an adult, and I want to do it!

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  13. My 7yr old LOVES to draw, color & create. This would be amazing for her!

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  14. I like this because it such an untypical kind of thing. Sometimes it felt like I did the same twelve things with my kids over and over.

    And I love to color...still :)

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  15. This sounds like so much fun! We lived near the Crayola Factory for years, but never went. :-( Now that we've moved, I wish we had gone!

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  16. That looks amazing!! I have two very artistic daugthers who would love to go there....

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  17. Sounds like a great time for all. Thanks for the great pics!

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  18. I love Crayola and this seems like a really cool place to visit

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  19. I think the printed picture of your child is pretty cool! I wish our family had been able to do trips like this, maybe our grandkids can visit some day. They would love it!

    thanks much for the info!

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  20. OMG That place looks like sooooo much fun! I'm 25 and I wanna go.

    stephy905@hotmail.com

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  21. Yes, I am an adult but I really want to go there. What fun.

    DOREEN RIOPEL ON ENTRY FORM

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  22. The Crayola Experience looks like a blast and a true family experience.

    grand.prix@live.ca

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  23. I remember going here as a kid and it was SO MUCH FUN! Lots of activities for kids to do...this makes me want to take our little guy sometime soon.

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  24. Looks like lots of fun!

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  25. this seems like a good time and i would love to take the kids.

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  26. crayola factory sounds right up my kids alley especi8ally the car they can color on!

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  27. Looks like a lot of fun!

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