Children’s Museum to have Environment Fair

The Children's Museum will hold its first outdoor Environment fair at the end of the week

At the end of the week The Children’s Museum will dress in green to celebrate its first Environment Fair, which was organized as a homage to the planet. Throughout Saturday and Sunday there will be plenty of activities for the whole family!

The objective is to raise awareness within the population about the importance of taking care of the environment, and to do this the faculty have set up various activities in the Kaopakowe Park starting at 9:30 in the morning both days.

“The Children’s Museum hopes to incentivize their goal in children, young, people and adults who visit the fair. After each one of the activities that we have, we hope to develop effective links with mother earth that permit us to respect her, and take care of her”, said Mariela Rojas from the Children’s Museum Marketing Department.

Entrance to the fair is free, but if visitors later want to enter the interactive stations within the Museum they should pay the regular entry fee which is 2,000 colones for children and 2,200 colones for people older than 15.

Competitions, talks, educational workshops, live music, plays, and spectacles are just a few of the activities that will be held. The hours of the museum this weekend are 9:30 in the morning to 5:00 in the evening.