Interactive educational lectures, exhibits and book presentations, concerts and craft activities were on offer this Sunday on the free family day of the Hungarian Museum of Natural History in Budapest.
A child who collects stones today might become a famous geologist later on, while those who study the skeletons at the dinosaur stand might one day be famous paleontologists, State Secretary of the Ministry of Culture and Innovation (KIM) Ágnes Hornung said at Sunday's event.
She added that a natural history museum is a place where adults as well as children can have fun. The institution offers a wide range of experiences: it combines the traditions of the past, the treasures collected from ancient times with the achievements of the modern age, and presents them in an interactive and experiential way, while providing a safe infrastructure for visitors to return home with quality experiences and more knowledge.
Zsolt Bernert, the museum's director general, pointed out that on the first Sunday in December, there will also be free programs for visitors.
As it was ststed at the event, the Natural History Museum is committed to supporting families through its cultural services. One of its objectives is to maintain and develop children's environmental education. More than 100,000 children visit the museum every year with their families or groups from nursery schools and schools.
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