NEW YORK (AP) — Christmas may be more than eight weeks away. But a New York City children's museum is setting the mood with a Dr. Seuss holiday workshop and indoor "sock" skating rink.
"The Grinch's Holiday Workshop" opens at the Children's Museum of Manhattan on Friday.
It's based on Dr. Seuss' "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!"
The interactive exhibition features the memorable residents of Who-ville, including Cindy-Lou Who and dog Max.
Among the highlights is a synthetic ice rink where children can skate in their socks.
The exhibition runs through Dec. 31.
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