Xavier Riddle
and the Secret Museum Exhibit

Nanonation helped develop an exhibit inspired by the popular PBS Kids show “Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum.” Using hologram power, visitors can embark on a time-traveling journey.

“The St. Louis Children’s Museum has just launched another exciting new interactive exhibit with the help of Nanonation that’s sure to be a hit with kids and parents alike: Xavier Riddle and The Secret Museum.

Based on the popular PBS Kids show “Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum,” this exhibit takes visitors on a journey through time with the help of hologram power, exploring the lives and accomplishments of historical figures like Marie Curie, George Washington Carver, and Mary Anning.

Replicating a key element from the show, a 3D simulation hologram of the earth brings the experience to life. Kids interact with the hologram table by choosing from three selectable buttons, each triggering hologram content of their favorite historical hero. Through interactive displays and hands-on activities like this, kids will learn about the challenges these figures faced and their impact on the world.

But this exhibit isn’t just about history – it’s also about inspiring the next generation of leaders and thinkers. With its emphasis on curiosity, creativity, and problem-solving, the Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum is sure to ignite a spark of imagination in kids of all ages.”