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Ever wanted to see your drawings come to life? Check out the amazing Future Park at the V&A Waterfront
The Future Park has finally come to SA! This fun and interactive exhibition space will captivate the imagination of your little ones and introduce them to the wonders of technology.
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Ever wanted to see your drawings come to life?

Ever wanted to see your extraordinary illustrations of, say, a great white shark, adorable clownfish that looks a lot like Nemo, or an eight-legged sea creature jump off the page and swim around in a whole new world?

Well, now you can.

For the first time ever in South Africa, the V&A Waterfront will host the Future Park which will see children’s drawings come alive before their eyes. In a cool and exciting exhibition space, the Future Park uses scanners and sensors in new and innovative ways. Children can, for example, draw and colour water creatures, scan them in, and watch as they swim around in a floor-to-ceiling digital screen at the sketch museum.

Children will also encounter a sketch town where they can draw a car and see it drive around, a light-ball orchestra filled with large balls that change colour and music as they touch it, a colourful game of hopscotch, a town they build and digitally connect, as well as a table where little people come alive.

“This exhibition has seen more than four million children across the world play in an ever-changing digital environment while they develop their fine motor skills,” says Minette Ferreira, General Manager at Media24 Weekly magazines.

And what a wonderful and exciting way to introduce children to technology in a constantly evolving and changing world.

We can't wait to check it out!

For more information about the Future Park, check out the details below, or go to the Future Park website for more information.

When: 23 September – 31 January

Where: The Watershed, V&A Waterfront

Time: 10:00 – 19:00

Price: R130 for single tickets, R460 for a family package of four, R115 for pensioners, R115 for students and kids under 18 months are free.

Bookings can be made via Computicket.

After the Cape Town run, the exhibition will move to Johannesburg in 2018.

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