Three New Attractions Added to Crayola Experience for Summer 2019

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Orlando’s Crayola Experience helps kids and adults alike explore art and technology, express their creativity, and experience color in a whole new way. And now, the Orlando family destination has added three new attractions to their 2019 lineup.

Image courtesy of Crayola Experience.

Guests will be able to immerse themselves in a larger-than-life experience with Crayola’s hottest award-winning toy, the Scribble Scrubbie. Every guest will receive a free Scribble Scrubbie with ticketed admission, which is theirs to color and customize. Then, they can scrub it clean in a giant fountain of water and take it home to do it again.

Silly Selfies will take Crayola Experience selfies to a whole new level. There are now over 6,000 possible combinations of digital masks available to guests to create for themselves before snapping a picture, including a robot unicorn, a rock star parrot, and a zany pirate bunny. Then guests can take their new larger-than-life selfies to a big screen and interact with them!

Image courtesy of Crayola Experience.

Also new this summer, Crayola’s new Create & Play app gives guests the full experience of the subscription-based app, which is loaded with unique and kid-safe games to express their creativity and unleash their inner gamer.

Senior Vice President and General Manager of Crayola Attractions and Retail Victoria Lozano shared her excitement about the new attractions in a press release:

We are always looking for new ways for our guests to have fun expressing their creativity. Crayola Experience brings Crayola innovation to life, so these new attractions have been inspired by Crayola’s newest and most popular products.

Guests can have fun with Create & Play and Silly Selfies now. Scribble Scrubbies will open for play early summer.

Regular admission to Crayola Experience is $24.99 at the door or $21.99 online. Annual Passes are $29.99. Children 2 and under are free.

For tickets and info go to And follow Crayola Experience on Facebook here.

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