Palazzo Falson to hold light-themed workshop series for children

First workshop is being held at the Mdina museum on February 13
Children will learn hot wo make their own sun-catcher. Photo: Shutterstock.com

Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum is kickstarting their 2024 children’s workshops programme with the theme of light.

The first workshop in the series, titled ‘What Is Light?’, taking place on February 13 at the Mdina museum between 10.30am and noon, invites children aged six to 12 to discover what light really is, how we see it and why it is important.

This will be shown through experiments with different sources of light. The workshop also includes a light-themed tour of the museum and is followed by a hands-on craft activity where the young participants will create their very own sun-catcher.

Pre-booking is essential. Kindly secure your child’s place by sending them an email on bookings@palazzofalson.com or call them on 21454512. The ticket price includes all materials for the workshop.

This workshop is part of a series of three different workshops following the theme of light. A special price is offered if all three workshops are booked in advance. Check out the Facebook event for more details.

The other two workshops are being held on March 3 and 17. If one books all three workshops together, one can benefit from a discounted price. Tickets are non-refundable.

Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum is managed by Fondazzjoni Patrimonju Malti, a non-profit heritage foundation aiming to spread awareness about Maltese heritage through museums, publications, exhibitions and events.

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