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LUCKEY CLIMBER RENOVATED AT BOSTON CHILDREN’S MUSEUM FOR NEW GENERATION OF ADVENTURERS

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The New Balance Climb was designed by Luckey Climbers founder Thomas Luckey and his son, Spencer Luckey, who has since taken over the company. Now, the Climb is getting a complete restoration and an update to its iconic design. This renovation will ensure that the Climber will engage and delight another generation of children and their parents alike.

The Luckey Climber at Boston Children’s Museum is a three-story, maze-like, full-body challenge, which rewards its participants with a beautiful view of downtown Boston. The non-representational Climber fosters both physical engagement and creative play, perfectly aligning with the mission of the museum. The Museum “emphasizes hands-on engagement and learning through experience, employing play as a tool to spark the inherent creativity, curiosity, and imagination of children.”

NewClimb16a copy

LUCKEY CLIMBER RENOVATED AT BOSTON CHILDREN’S MUSEUM FOR NEW GENERATION OF ADVENTURERS

NewClimb16

The New Balance Climb was designed by Luckey Climbers founder Thomas Luckey and his son, Spencer Luckey, who has since taken over the company. Now, the Climb is getting a complete restoration and an update to its iconic design. This renovation will ensure that the Climber will engage and delight another generation of children and their parents alike.

The Luckey Climber at Boston Children’s Museum is a three-story, maze-like, full-body challenge, which rewards its participants with a beautiful view of downtown Boston. The non-representational Climber fosters both physical engagement and creative play, perfectly aligning with the mission of the museum. The Museum “emphasizes hands-on engagement and learning through experience, employing play as a tool to spark the inherent creativity, curiosity, and imagination of children.”

NewClimb16a copy