Make your own Papyrus @ The Santa Fe Children’s Museum / July 11, 2012
Make your own Papyrus – Weave and pound paper and grass to make ancient Egyptian papyrus paper! July 11, 2012
Adults aren’t the only ones who enjoy the pulsing innovation of one of the world’s most creative cities. The Santa Fe Children’s Museum is one of America’s top-rated children’s museums, and is consistently voted as a don’t-miss for kids in Santa Fe. One vision underlies everything the Museum does: children learn by creating! The Museum’s indoor exhibit space offers unlimited opportunities for children to discover the world around them; explore art, experiment with science, and just play! Our one-acre outdoor “learning landscape” gives kids a beautiful setting to run and hide, dig and climb, play and imagine, all while discovering the natural world around them. Adults love the Museum for all the same reasons kids do, and frequently enjoy a quiet moment to themselves in the flower fields or stop to write a poem in the butterfly garden.
On top of our exhibits and learning spaces, the Museum offers an unbelievable variety of daily programs, including: painting, sculpting, lasers, robots, wood working, chemistry, origami, paper making, doll design, gardening, song writing, drum making, reptiles, dinosaurs, gyro painting, geology, mural making, snakes, birds, mobiles, meteorites, and recycled art… These programs are free with admission and change every day.
- Open Art Studio – Every Friday
- Art Through The Ages – Every Wednesday
- Free Form Creation - Every Wednesday
Where: Santa Fe Children’s Museum