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The cruise line and Miami Children’s Museum got together and renovated a brand new space at Upper Deck which is a cruise ship-themed exhibit located in downtown Miami. The permanent exhibit will inspire kids for years to come and even learn more about Carnival cruise ships and the industry as a whole.

The Carnival exhibit includes an interactive model of a Navigational Control Station; a Lego table where children can build a ship based off a ship model; a Destination Wall with the different ports that Carnival sails to; a Dr. Seuss Bookville family reading area modeled after similar facilities on Carnival Freedom and Carnival Vista; cruise ship artifacts and a 32-foot-long I-Wall that allows users to get an in-depth look at various areas of the ship.

Renovated Carnival Cruise Line Space
Photo By: Jason Koerner Photography

Both parties celebrated the new space which was attended by Tracy Mourning who is the Carnival Breeze godmother and Sarah Beth Reno, Carnival’s vice president of entertainment. A champagne bottle was popped open with confetti during the festivities.

The Carnival and Miami Children’s Museum partnership goes back to 1983 and the cruise line has been supporting throughout the years. The museum also features 14 other exhibits which can be attended by the public. For adults and children, it will cost $20 to enter and $15 for those living in Florida. Children under one year old can enter for free.

We need more inspiring spaces like this in the future so the future generations can enjoy the world of cruising.

Renovated Carnival Cruise Line Space

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Renovated Carnival Cruise Line Space
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