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Unleash Adventure at the Henry Ford: PAW Patrol Adventure Play NEW 2024

Get ready for an exciting, paws-itively fun experience at the Henry Ford in Dearborn! The PAW Patrol Adventure Play exhibit is set to captivate young hearts and minds with its interactive and imaginative journey. From thrilling rescue missions to creative play areas, this exhibit promises a memorable adventure for the whole family.

Step into the world of the hit children’s series PAW Patrol in this hands-on, play-based exhibit. Grab a Pup Pack and hop aboard the PAW Patroller as your family joins the pups in solving problems big and small throughout Adventure Bay.

Inside the Exhibit:

  • Make a Rescue Plan with Tracker — Use PAW Patrol action figures to act out an exciting jungle expedition.
  • Free a Trapped Baby Seagull with Zuma — A baby seagull is tangled in a net! Set her free and return her to the safety of her nest.
  • Rescue a Baby Dolphin with Skye — Hopscotch across the backs of sea turtles and solve a maze to reunite a lost baby dolphin with his mother.
  • Stack a Cake with Marshall — Visit Porter’s Café and lend a paw to help Adventure Bay win the Tallest and Tastiest Cake competition.
  • Recycle with Rocky — A storm blew litter all over town! Help Rocky clean up the street by sorting metal, paper and glass into the appropriate recycling bins.
  • Perform a Snowy Rescue with Rubble — Jake the snowboarder is trapped in a cave. Scoop away the snow to save the day!
  • Climb a Mountain with Everest — Scale a snowy peak and use a telescope to search for friends in need of a rescue


  • Location: The Henry Ford, 20900 Oakwood Boulevard, Dearborn, MI 48124‑5029
  • Dates: February 18-April 28, 2024, 9:30-5:00pm
  • Tickets: Admission to the Paw Patrol Exhibit is included with your Museum membership or ticket purchase. Purchase tickets online in advance to secure your spot for this paw-some adventure. Adults – $30, Seniors – $27, Children ages 5-11 – $22.50, Children 4 and under are free.
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Julie McKeeman
Author: Julie McKeeman

Julie is first and foremost a mom of two amazing kiddos, Elliott and Bennett. She is an elementary school librarian whose passion is to create safe spaces for all children.