PHOTOS: Peek Inside The High Museum’s Winnie-the-Pooh Exhibit

Explore more than 200 works spanning 90 years of Winnie-the-Pooh history at the High Museum of Art this summer.

The exhibit, “Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic” is on view now until Sept. 2.

The exhibit features original drawings and illustrations, manuscripts, letters, toys, memorabilia and more. Giant illustrations encompass the walls, making you feel like you’re inside the Hundred Acre Wood.

Kids can experience the world of Pooh too, as the exhibit was created with small activities and interactive displays.

Scroll through the photos below to learn more about the exhibit.

On the left is a teddy bear made in Germany that was similar to Graham Shepard’s teddy. On the right is teddy bear made in London that was similar to Christopher Milne’s teddy. (Photo by Kaitlyn Lewis)
The exhibit explores the interplay between text and illustration in the Pooh books. (Photo by Kaitlyn Lewis)
The exhibit features more than 200 works that span 90 years of Winnie-the-Pooh history, including illustrations, manuscripts, letters, cartoons, ceramics, fashion and stuffed animals. (Photo by Kaitlyn Lewis)
Old toys from the 1930s are on display. (Photo by Kaitlyn Lewis)
The exhibit includes some activities for kids who love Winnie-the-Pooh as much as their parents do. (Photo by Kaitlyn Lewis)
Illustrations, including more than 80 original pencil/pen-and-ink drawings, line the walls of the exhibit. (Photo by Kaitlyn Lewis)

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