Disney Doc McStuffins The Exhibit At Discovery Cube OC

Today we were invited to the Disney Doc McStuffins Exhibit at the Discovery Cube OC. It was such a fun morning. We arrived at 8:30am to a nice welcome, doctor name tags for Carter and Kennedy, yellow stethoscopes for the kiddos, and Doc McStuffins water bottles. A wonderful breakfast with fresh fruit, muffins, juices, coffee and more was also provided, which was so nice. We got to hear from Joe Adams the president of the Discovery Cube OC and witness the ribbon cutting ceremony with Doc McStuffins herself as they opened the exhibit to media and bloggers this morning. The exhibit is in partnership with The Children's Museum of Indianapolis and it is designed to model care and compassion to all children. 

Carter and Kennedy are huge fans of Doc McStuffins. We were honored to preview this exhibit. It is not often that a television show can have such an impact on young children like Doc McStuffins does. Doc McStuffins has been on Disney Junior for fives years and there is a lot more content to come in the next couple of years. Doc McStuffins has won a Peabody Award, an NAACP Award and has been an ambassador for Unicef, but her highest achievement is teaching children not to be afraid to go to the doctor and to inspire them to be anything they want to be! 

The Doc McStuffins Toy Hospital was just amazing. We were welcomed to McStuffinsville and my kids were smiling from ear to ear and just so excited. 

There was a reception area where you get started with Chilly at the toy hospital and answer phone calls and you could even put on a white coat and get to work as a doctor in training!

The Pet Vet Clinic is where you help Stuffy care for pets to keep them healthy. You could give pets a bath, which teaches children that keeping pets clean helps them stay healthy.  This was Kennedy's favorite.  She fell in love with that pink cat and we ended up buying her one from the gift shop.

The Nursery is where you help Lambie care for the babies in the nursery. Routines help babies stay calm and healthy. In the nursery you could put babies to sleep, feed the babies, and so much more!

The Operating Room is where you met Doc and she helped you perform operations to fix toys that have boo boos. There was a washing station to wash your hands before entering the O.R. and a screen where Doc McStuffins guided you on what to do in the operating room.

The Emergency Room is where you meet Nurse Hallie and help assist her with check ups on toys.

Doctors use special tools for check ups and they had Doc McStuffins thermometers, stethoscopes, measuring tapes, otoscopes, bandages, blood pressure cuffs, syringes and so much more that kids could play with and practice using on their plush toy, doll or whatever they brought. With every activity Carter and Kennedy learned about care and compassion and the importance of health and their well being. Carter and Kennedy were able to perform check ups on their plush Stuffy and Lambie and diagnose their toys while learning about healthy habits. 

If you are interested to see where the Doc McStuffins Exhibit will be visiting next check out the schedule below.  It will be at the Discovery Cube in OC until September.  Make sure you put it on your summer bucket list because your kids will not only love the Doc McStuffins Exhibit but they will love the entire Discovery Cube OC!

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Spring 2018 

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Fall 2018

Spring 2019

Summer 2019

 The Discovery Cube OC has an amazing gift shop.  They have wonderful science items, books, dress up costumes, and of course tons of Doc McStuffins merchandise.

The Discovery Cube OC is two stories full of amazing adventures for children of all ages.    There is a mission control, helicopter tour, water gallery, inspector training course, healthy kitchen, interactive exhibits, science of hockey, rocket lab, discovery theater, planetary research station, eco challenge, and dino quest.  Carter loved the dino quest.


The Discovery Cube OC also has an wonderful healthy kid friendly cafe.  I love the low counters so children can order and view the menu.  

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