{Germany} Early Easter Fun at Märkisches Museum

March 15, 2016

Kids in Museums, Germany

100 Museums Challenge: Museum No.16

Last weekend, #MuseumBoy and I headed to the Märkisches Museum here in Berlin for their latest Family Day.


With Easter on the horizon, the theme this time round was all around the Easter Bunny’s workshop. We made some bunny ears each to get in the mood (I was the only adult I spotted, other than the staff, who was sporting their own set of ears^^) – #MuseumBoy’s ears were, of course, pink! I stuck to a more traditional brown.



We painted some Easter eggs, printed Easter egg shaped pendants and made some pop-up Easter cards (#MuseumBoy snuck in some cars to the pop-up cars – he’s so predictable!). We found one of the ‘book nests’ scattered around the museum and read some Easter stories together. We played ‘carrot throwing’, darts and skipping in the main hall. We drank hot chocolate and ate sausages with potato salad in the the museum café. Then, after almost 5 hours of fun, we rode the train home in full Easter Bunny regalia.



When we got home, #MuseumBoy took off his bunny ears and said “It’s time to be a person again.” Thanks Märkisches Museum for a great day!

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2 Responses to “{Germany} Early Easter Fun at Märkisches Museum”

  1. Chenay Says:

    Sounds like a blast!



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