In an effort to get kids interested in arts and culture, Louvre Abu Dhabi’s Children Museum has unveiled a new programme for little ones aged four to 10 years old.
A Costume Adventure is an interactive adventure game inspired by the clothing depicted in artworks from museum’s permanent galleries.
Kids will enjoy the educational and entertaining activities presented in immersive multimedia, sensory and physical experiences.
“As the school gates close for the summer, Louvre Abu Dhabi’s Children’s Museum offers a safe environment for continued learning and fun,” said Catherine Monlouis-Félicité, the museum’s education and cultural engagement director.
“Our programming is designed to offer workshops, events and exhibitions for families and children of all ages. Our latest programme, A Costume Adventure, combines positive play and the power of imagination.
“Through a series of immersive activities, we encourage young visitors to explore how clothing is represented in some exceptional artworks and understand how other people lived throughout time, all through a fun and active indoor experience.”
The activities include allowing kids to create their own avatar and bumping into prominent figures as seen in the artworks.
Much younger children can explore the specialised Toddlers’ Space designed with simple construction games with figurines, ragdolls and materials.
A Costume Adventure is open until 31st May 2020. Entrance to the Children’s Museum is free with the museum’s admission ticket (AED 63). Admission to the museum for children under 13 is free.
For more information and ticket bookings, visit: louvreabudhabi.ae or contact 600 56 55 66.
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