Who Is the Real Santa Claus?

60 min. or 90 min. with activity or multimedia show120 people max.
Who Is the Real Santa Claus?

Who is the real Santa Claus? Befana, the woman who slides down chimneys on January 6 to leave presents for children in Italy? Or St. Nicholas, the patron saint of schoolchildren and protector of children, well known in Europe? Could it be Lucy, who celebrates the return of light and prepares for Christmas in her own way? Or perhaps “our” own Santa, flying through the sky with his sleigh and reindeer, in his flashy red suit? This is the Museum’s special Christmas gift for youngsters visiting the remains!

Creative workshop

As part of the activity Who Is the Real Santa Claus?, kids will create their own Santa Claus during this fun creative workshop.

Information and reservations

Hours and rate of the activity

November 29 to December 20
Tuesday to Friday, 9:30 am to 2:30 pm
+ Monday, December 9, 2019

Per student$9.00
Accompanying Adults (1 for 15 students)Free
Additional Accompanying Adult$14
3rd or additional adult$17
Role of accompanying adults

Divide the group into smaller sub-groups according to the number of groups specified on your reservation. The number of groups required corresponds to the number of accompanying adults required during the visit.

Follow the group at all times to maintain discipline and manage particular cases. The mediator or guide will lead the visit. Accompanying adults must stay with and supervise the group during lunch time.

Lunch room

A lunch room is available for groups.
Reservations required.

Per student$1
Free if taking part in two activities during the day.

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