October 2, 2013
Is your child an explorer at heart? A true lover of history? They may be the perfect candidate for this upcoming expedition! Children will take on the role of the archaeologist as they come across treasures from the past. What they were used for, and how they were made is the mystery that they will try to uncover at the Jewish Museum’s Archaeology Zone: Discovering Treasures from Playgrounds to Palaces exhibit.
Archaeology is the fascinating study of history and culture through artifacts left behind by long lost civilizations. Spark your children’s passion for the past with this interactive exhibit.
At Archaeology Zone: Discovering Treasures from Playgrounds to Palaces children will piece together vessels, examine replicas of ancient artifacts, create inspired art, and dress up in long-forgotten fashions. Most importantly, they will have the opportunity to stretch their analytical and observational muscles as they look for answers that aren’t simple to come by. In the museum, kids will use techniques that real-life archaeologists use when they are trying to arrive at complicated conclusions. Watch history come to life in your childrens’ eyes at the Archaeology Zone exhibition this fall. To find out more about the exhibition click here!
The Jewish Museum
1109 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10128
Looking to teach your kids another valuable history lesson? Take them on a Seastreak ferry and point out all of the City’s massive landmarks from the comfort of our plush seats! The best trip into NYC is definitely by boat.
Sea you soon,
The Seastreak Family
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