Miracle Museum is a new-to-the-playground-industry children’s museum experience that gives kids the chance to engage in fantastical sensory events. Children touch, listen, see, and play their way through this mesmerizing collection of products.
Add products from the Miracle Museum collection to your existing playground, or include them in a new design, to create a space where kids will want to spend their time exploring. Because most of Miracle Museum products do not require safety surfacing, they can convert under-utilized spaces into sensory rich play areas—think parking lots, old basketball courts, and more! And with modern, clean lines, Miracle Museum fits into unique settings such as lobbies, hospitals, waiting areas, and shopping centers.
“The Miracle Museum brings together multiple things that you wouldn’t normally consider in playground equipment. It attracts individuals who may have some sensory needs and provides STEAM activities.”
– Dr. Tina Stanton-Chapman, Ph.D
Children will delight in the discoveries—and friends—they make in the Miracle Museum’s Grand Gallery. With interactive features and room for individuals using a wheelchair or other mobility device, Grand Gallery is social fun for everyone! The angular design of Grand Gallery’s walls work cohesively with Miracle’s other play components, and provides ground-level fun everyone can enjoy. Schools, especially those with a focus on special education or STEAM/STEM, would benefit from it.
Miracle Museum’s Dynamics Lab lets kids experiment with motion—from the Pin Impression to the Jingle Drum, kids will love exploring movement while making new friends. Dynamics Lab is an angular piece of equipment that gives kids the opportunity to test out the basic laws of mechanics in an exciting play setting. Schools, especially those with a focus on special education or STEAM/STEM, would benefit from it.
Miracle Museum’s Odyssey Hall is a sensory walking path packed with fun, tactile features. Hanging flex treads provide deep touch, while vertical roto panels provide texture and color variety. The twisting treads enable multiple play paths, giving children a proprioceptive experience. A wheelchair path ensures everyone is given the chance to explore. Include multiple Odyssey Halls to create even denser sensory environments!
Miracle Museum’s Tranquility Corner provides a soothing space for children who might be overstimulated by busy playgrounds. Colorful features provide a focal point that becomes a retreat for children if play becomes overwhelming, without having to leave the playground. Tranquility Corner gives families of varying needs and abilities the chance to play together and play longer, without fear of too much stimulation pushing a child over the edge. It provides good lines of sight as well as a tactile calming experience for a child.
Kids will love spinning the earth while enjoying soothing sounds made by beads. Continents provide opportunities for learning and gameplay! Miracle Museum’s SpinAtorium is easy to spin, and its map of the world create opportunities for conversation and learning. It encourages social play, including solitary and on-looker; sensory play, including auditory and visual; and other types of play, such as functional and symbolic.
Miracle Museum’s Momentum Corridor is a unique rolling experience; with overhead bars, kids are able to pull themselves across the full length of this roller table, so they can enjoy a tactile event with gentle bumps. Momentum Corridor is at transfer height, making this a fun, accessible event!
“It was exploration, and it was learning, sensory learning, and sensory exploration. It just offered opportunities that you’re not going to see on a regular playground.”
– Paula Gibson, OTR/L, co-owner and co-director of Brighter Futures Therapy Center in Somerset, KY
Turn any space into a Museum!
Because most Miracle Museum products do not require safety surfacing, they can convert under-utilized spaces into sensory rich play areas—think parking lots, old basketball courts, and more! And with modern, clean lines, Miracle Museum fits indoors, too, in unique settings such as lobbies, hospitals, waiting areas, and shopping centers.