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Children to learn about the life cycle of bees at Palazzo Falson

Museum holding a spring workshop for children on April 16
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Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum in Mdina is holding a spring workshop on April 16, where children aged six to 12 are invited on a themed tour of the palazzo followed by a visit to the museum’s pollinator haven.

The children will learn about the life cycle of a honey bee, they will get to taste the three different types of Maltese honey and will also be setting up their own mini garden to take home.

Pre-booking is essential. Secure your child’s place by sending an e-mail on bookings@palazzofalson.com or call on 2145 4512.

A donation of €15 per child and €12 for Friends of Palazzo Falson is suggested. Donations include all materials for the workshop.

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