Start your engines! Beginning May 9, 2015, the Hot Wheels: Race To Win™ traveling exhibit will kick off at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. And an exclusive car will be offered through the museum and its future host venues.
The traveling exhibit highlights the thrilling world of racing and features behind-the-scenes looks, hands-on experiences, authentic racing gear and captivating memorabilia. Best of all? You’ll be using Hot Wheels cars and track as your tools to test the world’s fastest and safest speed machines.
A commemorative edition of Larry Wood’s Blvd. Bruiser will be made available exclusively through the museum and its future host venues. The car features Hot Wheels Race Team deco with the exhibit logo emblazoned on the hood. It’s also wearing Real Riders five-spoke wheels with red stripe tampo.
Here are some other planned stops on the exhibit’s tour (subject to change):
|Summer 2015||The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis|
|Fall 2015||Discovery Cube, Santa Ana, CA|
|Spring 2016||Strong Museum, Rochester, NY|
|Summer 2016||The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis|
|Fall 2016||Discovery Centre, Halifax, NS|
|Spring 2017||Reading Public Museum, Reading, PA|
|Summer 2017||The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis|
|Fall 2017||Omaha Children’s Museum, Omaha, NE|
|Spring 2018||Science World, Vancouver, BC|
|Summer 2018||The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis|
|Fall 2018||COSI, Columbus, OH|
|Spring 2019||Minnesota Children’s Museum, St. Paul, MN|
|Summer 2019||The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis|
|Fall 2019||Orlando Science Center, Orlando, FL|
|Spring 2020||Discovery Cube, Los Angeles, CA|
Hot Wheels: Race to Win is produced by The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis and Mattel, Inc.
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