Deeper Understanding of Elephants
NMNS, December 7, 2017 － As the leading institute of natural science in Taiwan, the National Museum of Natural Science in Taichung is always the magical place where kids are transported from the ho-hum of touring to the “WOW!” of experiencing, because we try to create interactive entertainment to help capture the attention of even the littlest sightseers.
What: In conjunction with the Museum’s “Elephants: Evolution and Tragedy of the Land Mighty” exhibition on display Jun. 28, 2017 through Mar. 18, 2018, the Museum will offer a half-day activity of docent-led tour and DIY string art for families. In addition to getting a deeper understanding of elephants, attendees are able to dabble in string art through hands-on activity.
Who: Families (Children under 6 must be accompanied by adults).
Where: The Museum's Sunny Corridor, Life Science Hall
When: December 30, 31, 2017 & January 1, 2018; 10:00-12:00AM & 2:00-4:00PM
Fees: NT$ 150/per material (Museum admission not included)
Registration: Events are by registration only, which begins at 10am, Nov. 29 and ends Dec. 18, 2017. Please visit our registration system to register. Space is limited to 30 people per session (Total of 180 in six sessions) and is on a first-come-first-served basis.
Refund policy: Fees are refundable if requested 15 days prior to the camp day (10% for processing fee applies); 8-14 days (30%); 2-7 days (50%); No refunds will be given starting the camp day. The National Museum of Natural Science has the right to cancel the session due to any irresistible reasons. In those cases fees are 100% refundable.
Questions regarding the program? Please contact us at 04-23226940 ext. 766 or 767.