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Crayola Experience looks to develop its immersive attraction internationally

Crayola Experience looks to develop its immersive attraction internationally
November 22, 2021

Children’s creativity brand - Crayola LLC - has announced it is actively seeking partners globally to license and develop new iterations of its location-based entertainment (LBE) venue—Crayola Experience, a larger-than-life, immersive, and interactive family attraction.

Victoria Lozano, Executive Vice President Digital Strategy, GM Attractions and Retail for Crayola notes “our growth strategy for 2022 and beyond includes extending our location-based entertainment footprint domestically and internationally. We are now looking to develop licensing partnerships that bring new capital and expertise to accelerate our LBE expansion, particularly internationally where local market access and expertise are important.

The concept of a place where the magic of Crayola came to life began 25 years ago as The Crayola Factory in Easton, Pa. Recognising the desire by consumers for family-driven experiences that were fun, educational, and repeatable, Crayola saw an opportunity in LBE and in 2013 reimagined the downtown attraction as Crayola Experience. The company also owns and operates Crayola Experiences in Orlando, Fla.; at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn.; in Plano, Texas; and in Chandler, Ariz. Crayola Experience engages more than 1.5 million children and adults annually in activities inspired by and incorporating proprietary Crayola products and technologies.

Crayola is also continuing to develop creative concepts that will help scale its events and exhibitions LBE business. Early this year Crayola debuted IDEAworks at Philadelphia’s Franklin Institute, a traveling exhibition encouraging families to explore innovation, invention and design thinking. The company also collaborated with OceanX, a global ocean exploration nonprofit, on a national takeover tour of the Crayola Experience venues that began this summer and runs through summer 2022.

Warren Schorr, Vice President of Business Development and Global Licensing for Crayola adds “our strong brand equity allows Crayola and our partners to create exciting and unique new experiences, not just different iterations of Crayola Experience. We’re excited about the unique executions Crayola can develop for each of the LBE industry sectors, and we’re ready to discuss creative ideas with potential partners.”

Licensing inquiries should be sent to

Image courtesy of Crayola

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