Coordinating with the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, PA, the students in the class Learning in Museums were split into small groups. We were then tasked to design a friendly, facilitated activity that invited museum visitors to take a connected dive into a specific content area through prompted conversations and interactions. Using the Climate & Urban Systems Partnership (CUSP) kit approach, we drew on personal relevance, community participation, and interconnectedness to frame visitor engagements. Our kit is a game that focuses on how landslides in the Pittsburgh area impact the community and the different mitigation strategies that can be implemented on a community-wide scale.