EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum has announced events that it will host at its location in Dublin’s CHQ building during the Easter period.
Tiny Tots Easter
On 16 April from 10am until 11.30am, the Easter Púca will explore Easter traditions around the world in an interactive storytelling workshop that is suitable for families with children aged six and under.
EPIC Explorers’ Easter Camp
From 19 April until 21 April between 9.30am and 1pm daily, children aged six to 12, led by an experienced facilitator, can explore a different theme relating to explorers each day, discovering the history of the Irish diaspora through stories and fun facts, before completing a series of activities.
The Púca’s EPIC Easter Trail
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From now until 24 April, children aged 12 and under can uncover colourful eggs in EPIC’s galleries to find the Púca and the message hidden among them.
This activity is available daily as part of the EPIC admission ticket.
Free Activity Pack For Ukrainian Families
Additionally, a Dublin Docklands Activity Trail pack, translated into Ukrainian, is now available for free, in print, from the visitor desk at EPIC and for download on EPICCHQ.com.
Suitable for families with children aged four to 14, this free explorers’ activity trail will introduce people to Dublin’s history and landmarks and, over four pages, bring families on a walk around the Docklands area, bringing them from EPIC to the Diving Bell – Ireland’s smallest museum – through a 200-year-old arch, and on a hunt for the pirate queen, Grace O’Malley.
The aim of the trail is to help families get a sense of the city in a fun and engaging way.
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