Officials with The Woodlands Children’s Museum announced a new partnership with The John Cooper School as well as the opening of "The John Cooper School Dream and Build Exhibit" in a Jan. 8 news release.

The John Cooper School’s mission is to provide an educational and caring environment to a diverse group of students to enable them to become critical and creative thinkers, effective communicators, responsible leaders and lifelong learners, according to its website.

“Both of our organizations share a passion for early learning and fostering a child’s natural curiosity," said Angela Colton, executive director of The Woodlands Children’s Museum, in the release. "This exhibit offers an enchanting journey of creativity and exploration for families.”

According to the release, the new exhibit features a 15-foot sculpted dragon; walkthrough castle towers; interactive building blocks; and an open play concept to explore the realms of architecture, engineering, design and critical thinking.

Access to "The John Cooper School Dream and Build Exhibit" will be included with admission to The Woodlands Children’s Museum.