Get a new view, 35 feet in the air

The Infinity Climber is the world’s first suspended climbing play space of its kind. The structure itself measures 26 feet wide, 24 feet deep, and 19 feet tall. It is surrounded by 19 miles of hand-threaded wire that forms a protective mesh to prevent climbers from falling to the ground below.

Up to 50 children and adults can navigate the giant structure at once, allowing school groups and families to get moving together. With multiple routes to explore, Infinity Climber is a thrilling climbing gym for the 21st century.

Visitor info

How much time for exhibit?
30 minutes
Location
Third Floor
Restrictions
Must be 42 inches or taller; flat, closed-back shoes only

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We thank Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for its generous sponsorship of the Infinity Climber.

Highlights

  • 64 petal-like platforms create multiple pathways through the structure.
  • The climber weighs 21,000 pounds.
  • It is cantilevered to the wall of the three-story atrium, making it the world’s first suspended climbing play space of its kind.
  • More than 19 miles of hand-threaded wire mesh encloses the structure, and prevents climbers from falling.