The showcases available on site can be used to design the thematic areas, but if necessary, up to 36 lockable and illuminated showcases from the inventory of the traveling exhibition can also be made available.

The area texts are available as banners for wall design, but are also available as A3 boards on wooden stands if the walls on site do not offer enough hanging options or need to be protected.

40 paintings from the “Teddy in Art” area provide the opportunity to be used as connecting links in the exhibition on the wall surfaces between the sub-areas.

In the “Ancestors of the Teddy Bear” area, the life-size sculpture of a polar bear is a particular eye-catcher.

Teddy scenes such as “Teddies in historic pedal cars”, “Teddies climbing a mountain of suitcases”, “Pirate ship”, “Zeppelin”, “Triplane”, “U-boat”, “Safari bus”, “Moon landing”, “Knights' tournament”, “ Napoleon and his Guard Riders”, “Hospital”, “Gute Stube” and “Rodelberg” can round off the exhibition in a fun way, depending on your wishes and the possibilities on site. These scenes can be presented on pedestals from the exhibition's inventory. Interventions in their permanent exhibition are also possible.

The new version of the exhibition, put together in 2022, offers a very special viewing experience of the development history of the teddy bear presented therein, with historical overseas trunks on pedestals with glazing and lighting.

A railway system has been designed as a new scene for the miniature teddy area.

Framed historical photographs with various motifs of children and their teddy bears can be used for wall design and as a link between the sections of this exhibition.

The exhibition needs a total area of at least 120 square meters. But it can also be adapted - with selected teddy scenes - to larger areas of 300 to 600 square meters or more.