Travelers who are headed to upstate New York for their summer getaway may want to check out the Buffalo Museum of Science, which offers a number of exhibitions on animals, astronomy, technology and much more.
Children will have a blast exploring the facility and can attend "Chronicles of Narnia: The Exhibition," which runs until May 8. The display will educate guests on how geography, archeology and engineering played a role in making the Disney films. Visitors will also get a hands-on learning experience by interacting with a number of objects that were used in the movie.
Tourists will get to explore the 5,000-square-foot facility where they can admire costumes, props and set dressings that were used in the film series. Additionally, the exhibition showcases a number of C.S. Lewis' personal belongings, such as the wardrobe that inspired his first Narnia novel, "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe."
Another highlight is a replica of the White Witch's ice-throne and guests can even sit on the cold and elegant chair. Museum-goers will also be able to check out medieval catapults and an interactive area that allows them to create their own Narnia-inspired monsters.
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