Families are invited to a variety of activities throughout the intermediate days of the Sukkot including:
• A giant cord maze set up in the museum yard invites children to climb, walk on a rope bridge, practice special knots, pull on ropes that operate different mechanisms and try their hand at the craft of weaving.
• In the Recycling Workshop children can create sukkah decorations inspired by the exhibition Wire(less) Connections.
• Tours for the whole family reveal traces of centuries of Pharaonic rule in ancient Israel in the exhibition Pharaoh Canaan: The Untold Story. Children's tours will also take placein the exhibition Pablo Picasso: Drawing Inspiration exploring the art of of the greatest artist of the 20th century.
• The new game app for families send visitors on quests relating to art works in the galleries and their stories, turning the gallery visit into a fun, interactive experience.
The 31st Kite Flying Festival
October 18, | 10 am- 6 pm |
Sukkot Celebration during the Sukkot intermediate days, October 18-21
Admission is free for children up to age 17
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