ACTIVITIES IN FEBRUARY
Visit the museum during the Winter half term holiday. We are open every day 10am-4pm in week 7.
TUESDAY 12/2 & THURSDAY 14/2, 10.00am-1.00pm
Make your own small work of art or a personal postcard using blue paint. Make sure that you wear clothes, which is allowed to get permanently dirty – the blue paint CANNOT be washed off.
Price: DKK 20 + admission to the museum
No pre-booking (first come, first served)
Join the activity between 10am and 1pm and stay as long as you please.
GUIDED TOUR FOR EVERYONE
Join one of the museum’s guides on an exciting tour of Glasmuseet’s exhibitions on the first Sunday of every month.
• Tours on every first Sunday in the month at 2pm at Glasmuseet Ebeltoft.
• Free entry when admission has been paid.
• Pre-booking is not necessary.
*This offer is not for groups. Groups are asked to book a guide separately.
JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY
Grab one of the metal suitcases from the base in reception and explore the museum together. Find the seven task stations placed throughout the museum, marked with the colours of the rainbow.
Carry out the various tasks using the items provided in the suitcase.
Follow the colours of the rainbow until you have found them all.
Find the blue cloud in the reception, take a suitcase and go!
“The Journey of Discovery” is designed for children aged 6-10 years accompanied by their parents.
The suitcases can be used free of charge, when admission to the museum has been paid.
“The Journey of Discovery” has been supported by Glasmuseets Venner and has been developed by the museum’s guides and students from Aarhus University.
WORLD OF GLASS
A WHOLE FLOOR OF FUN AND FACTS
The World of Glass is a whole floor of digital fun and facts on glass. It is an interactive learning centre, where children and adults can go on a journey of discovery amongst glass eyes and light-bulbs, films about the history of glass, its uses and glassmaking techniques.
A number of digital and physical elements explain some of the many exciting facts about glass and glassmaking. One of these elements is “The Digital Glass Blower”, which allows visitors to experience glassmaking “hands on”.
The World of Glass is a flexible space, which can easily be transformed into a space for lectures or minor exhibitions.
The World of Glass has been developed in cooperation with Hans Thyge & co, Yoke interactive design and Syncro. It has been financed by Arbejdsmarkedets Feriefond.
WEDNESDAY 10.00 – 16.00
THURSDAY 10.00 – 16.00
FRIDAY 10.00 – 16.00
SATURDAY 10.00 – 16.00
SUNDAY 10.00 – 16.00
Open every day during week 7 and Easter.
Closed 24th, 25th, 26th, 31st Dec. and 1st Jan.
QUESTIONNAIRE AND DRAWING COMPETITION
Explore the exhibitions and answer questions designed for parents and children along the way. Ask for a questionnaire at the reception.
You can also take part in the museum’s drawing competition. Every month, we review all the drawings received and one winner will be chosen. The winner will receive a small glass object as a prize. The winning drawing will be displayed in the library for a month.
OPENING HOURS AND PRICES
01.11 – 31.03: 10 – 16 WED – SUN*
01.04 – 31.10: 10 – 17 DAILY
01.07 – 31.08: 10 – 18 DAILY
Open every day 10-16 during Easter.
*Closed 24th, 25th, 26th, 31st Dec. and 1st Jan.
01.04 – 31.10: ADULTS DKK 110/Euro 15
01.11 – 31.03: ADULTS DKK 85/Euro 12
CHILDREN 6 – 17 YEARS: DKK 30/Euro 4
GROUPS: (min. 20 people) 20% discount
CARERS for disabled visitors: Free
T +45 8634 1799
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