The Three Kings are widely celebrated by many cultures around the world. Children's Discovery Museum brings to life rich traditions and colorful customs of family, gift-giving, music and art based on the Three Kings observances in many Spanish-speaking countries. Visitors from all backgrounds are invited to join in the following festivities of:
· captivating song and dance performances
· expressing creativity by making time-honored Mexican arts and crafts such as papel picado, tissue paper flowers, and corn husk dolls
· becoming a quick study in tortilla-making and trying a bite of this culinary staple
· sampling the traditional Three Kings pastry, Rosca de Reyes
Photo opportunity for families: Adding to the joyful atmosphere, actors in exquisite Three Kings costumes will be mingling with visitors in the museum offering delightful photo opportunities with children and families
Saturday, January 6; Museum opens at 10 a.m.
Sunday, January 7; Museum opens at 12 noon
adults: $15; children: $15; seniors: $14; infants and members are free.
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