The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis says Saturday’s public opening of its PAW Patrol attraction drew record attendance for an exhibit’s opening day. The museum says the attendance of more than 10,000 also marked the second-highest paid attendance in its history.
The previous exhibit record was opening day of the Transformer’s exhibit, which came in at 7,582. Paw Patrol’s opening day totaled 10,159. The museum’s highest-ever paid attendance day was March 30, 2018, shortly after the Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience opened.
The PAW Patrol exhibit runs through July 28.