The Pirates arrive to the Children's Museum PDF Print E-mail
Written by Milena Wilson   
Wednesday, 27 June 2012
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Here come the middle of the year holidays and if you donít have plans for your children to enjoy, the Children's Museum may be your solution as the have planned the best things to do in costa rica with your kids for July.
In the capital museum and was opened registration for the summer camp "Pirate Adventure". This activity is for ages 3 to 11 years old.

This camp will be all inclusive and will be located in the Costa Rican Center of Science and Culture has two enrollment options: the week of 2 to 6 July and the second from 9 to 13 July.
The kids can enjoy rallies, water play, teamwork challenges, a party with wooden legs, a pirate party and many more activities.

Children ages 3 to 6 years are able to enjoy this camp at 7:30 am until noon or all day, at a cost of 30 000 colones. There are several guided tours of costa rica that lead you to visit the Childrenís museum.

For the older kids the hours are from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm at a cost of 48 000 colones all week. Furthermore, these children will have the option to stay overnight one night in the facilities of Children's Museum that will cost 3 000 colones.

During the stay will be accompanied by small representatives of the security unit of the Costa Rican Center of Science and Culture.

Space is limited so if interested please call 2223-3470 or send an email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
For those who donít much about the Museum and Costa Rica history let me tell you the museum building was a well-known prison in the 19th century and is influenced by the neo-Gothic architectural style popular in Europe.

The facade recalls the strengths, located on a hill, protected by high walls and turrets of a defensive nature. The pavilions on the other hand, were a combination of radial and panoptic systems used in the construction of prisons in Europe, U.S. and Latin America during the nineteenth century.

The building stopped functioning as a prison in 1970, and in late 1993 the National Gallery was opened, then the April 27, 1994 opens the Children's Museum. There are several hotels in san jose costa rica just minutes away from the museum.

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