Exxopolis in The CLE

While I don’t have children (yet), Playhouse Square has done a fantastic job of introducing children to the arts and it’s something that I appreciate it. Whether it’s bringing school-age children into the theater or bringing child-appropriate musicals and plays to Playhouse Square, the non-profit really does understand the importance of arts for children today.

And this weekend families have the opportunity to expose their children, while enjoying themselves, at the Children’s Festival at Playhouse Square.

Part of this year’s festival includes Exxpolis, which I had the opportunity to attend a preview of and it was not at all what I expected. Okay, truth be told…I didn’t know what to expect! I knew this large “bounce house” looking structure looked interesting but I wasn’t sure what the exact experience would be like.

So what was it like? Think…very large…luminarium. Check it out!




The best part? This is both for adults and children and is only $5. Every experience is different (since it’s based on natural sunlight).


Disclosure: I was invited to a preview of Exxpolis and to hang out with fellow bloggers and some of the Playhouse Square team at Cowell and Hubbard for dinner. All opinions are my own. 

About Charlene Ann

Type A, City Dweller. Lover of all things CLE, bad pop music, coffee, reading, to-do lists and wine.
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