Go for It! Explore and enjoy all the precious experiences waiting for you. Just go for it!

Do you ever feel scared or unsure when you are doing something new or facing a challenge?
But taking on challenges and trying new things is how we grow and become stronger.
You don't have to be perfect, and it's okay to make mistakes. What matters most is having
the courage to try your best and never give up. Believe in yourself and support each other,
and you'll be amazed at what you can achieve.

"Go for It!" is a special exhibition that celebrates Seoul Children’s Museum’s 10th anniversary.
This exhibition supports the growth and development of every child by providing a space
where they can experience the joy of taking on challenges, the sense of accomplishment that comes with persevering, and the
warmth of cooperation and support from others. Through interactive and engaging activities, children will have the opportunity
to develop their inner strength and discover their potential.

Join us in celebrating the shining challenges and happy growth of all children!

Exhibition information according to subject, place and division
Theme Children’s inner strength and happiness
Location 1F Special Exhibit
Type Special Exhibit
  • I Can Do It!

    Be confident as you dance along the music!

  • Heartful Teamwork

    As we cooperate together, we can achieve greater happiness.

  • Happy Awards

    Present your friends and family with trophies, and take a photo together!

  • Go for It

    Step onto the board and let the cheerleaders inspire you to confidently take on new challenges!

  • Fly Your Worries Away

    Fly away your worries that stop you from trying new things.

  • Sparkling Challenge

    Enjoy the light switching off challenge! You’ll be rewarded with beautiful display of shining lights.

  • It’s Okay, Try Again

    Stack the blocks as high as possible and feel the satisfaction at the end.

In what ways will the exhibit help my child?

  • Physical Development Encourages balanced physical development through activities(e.g. throwing an object to hit a target, jumping in place, stacking blocks) that foster both fine and gross motor skills.
  • Cognitive Development Engaging with diverse problem-solving activities enhances children’s creative thinking skills.
  • Emotional Development Encouraging children to enjoy challenges and failures leads to the development of self-efficacy and self-respect. Sharing positive interactions with others during the exhibit activities promotes social skills.

Mom and Dad!

  • 01

    Let your child choose! Let your child to choose the activity that they want to do.
  • 02

    Wait for your child! Give your child enough time to explore the exhibits.
  • 03

    Have a conversation about feelings! Empathize with your child’s emotions by asking questions (e.g. How did you feel about trying something new? What do people say that makes you feel happy?). This will foster a supportive and communicative environment that strengthens your bond with your child.
  • 04

    Encourage your child! Praise your child’s efforts rather than the result. It will boost their confidence and self-esteem.
  • 05

    Be your child’s partner and friend! Actively participate and play with your child, rather than observing from a distance, to double the fun of your child’s museum experience!